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  • inspiration

    altar ego

    Aug 23, 2009

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    another pic from merrie, who’s working in india right now… “a makeshift altar (mundar) in a delhi parking lot…just because it felt right.” (…) Read more »

  • inspiration

    roadtrippin

    Aug 19, 2009

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    polaroids from courtney, one of our we the free designers… she and her hubby visited the south – florida and south of the border, north carolina. i love how graphic they are… (…) Read more »

  • fashion

    anshu

    Aug 17, 2009

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    i got an email this weekend from one of our creative directors, merrie. she spends a lot of time in india, and shared this story with me about a little boy she befriended: “this little boy’s name is anshu. his family lives on the grounds of our friend kundan’s office and his father is the (…) Read more »

  • décor

    pennies on the floor

    Jul 06, 2009

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    I love this clever floor! It’s all tiled with pennies! I bet it shines in the light very appealingly too! See it in person at The Standard Grill in the Standard Hotel in New York City! Via Neatorama. (…) Read more »

  • inspiration

    grandma

    Jun 24, 2009

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    one of our creative directors, merrie, just sent this photo to me… merrie spends a lot of her time in india. recently, she took some photos of some kids there, when their grandma started yelling at her “hey, why r u taking THEIR pic!?! take my pic, I am beautiful, I can sing, I can (…) Read more »

  • inspiration

    new york city in the 1940’s

    Jun 23, 2009

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    Flickr user Straatis has a really interesting collection of photos of New York City in the 1940’s. There is something so amazing about a photograph from the past, and actually seeing what was like 70 years ago! Not to mention seeing the Big Apple 70 years ago! Check out the set if you’ve got a (…) Read more »

  • inspiration

    Gardens

    Jun 22, 2009

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    Skip Disneyworld. Go to Huntington Gardens in LA. I went there when I was in Los Angeles visiting our Free People stores last week. It is a beautiful cactus garden and greenhouse. Definitely worth visiting. (…) Read more »

  • design

    painted apartments

    Jun 17, 2009

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    How would you like to live in one of these painted apartment buildings in Russia? I love all the eye popping colors! Check out this blog for many more great photos! I think my car needs a paint job like this… Via. (…) Read more »

  • design

    philly’s fun new trucks

    May 22, 2009

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    If you’ve visited Philly, or live here, you may already be familiar with the City of Philadelphia Mural Arts Program, which is responsible for helping Philly be the city with the most murals in the USA – we have more than 2,700 – covering everything from famous residents to jeep parts. The festive trucks shown above (…) Read more »

  • design

    in the woods

    May 05, 2009

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    This interesting building is, rather fittingly, the offices of Spanish Selgas Cano Architecture. Naturally, they designed it themselves. I’m not sure how I feel about it. I kind of like it, I like that you can see the scenery around it anyway, but it seems maybe small and narrow… What do you think? Either way, (…) Read more »

  • design

    house of stone

    May 04, 2009

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    Wouldn’t you love to stay at this house in Guimarães, Portugal? It’s just so gorgeous! Amazing! Via and via. (…) Read more »

  • design

    nautilus house

    Mar 31, 2009

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    This amazing house was designed by Senosiain Arquitectos for a couple in Mexico City after they decided they wanted a house that looked like a snail shell! They now live there with their children. I can’t even imagine what it must be like to live in a house like that! I especially love the rainbow (…) Read more »

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