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    patch-work

    Dec 07, 2009

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    patch nyc is a collaboration of two talented artists and designers – don carney and jon ross.  we here at fp instantly fell in love with their one-of-a-kind pieces and are excited to feature them as one of our favorite designers!  the patch nyc collection is vintage inspired, but also maintains a strong contemporary look.  (…) Read more »

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    wednes-diy

    Dec 02, 2009

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    i saw this diy idea on the site nice package and i thought it was so cool i had to try it myself – they’re vintage photo gift tags that are super easy to make and a great way to take a plain-looking present and turn it into something special. if you like to wrap (…) Read more »

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    vintage photographs

    Nov 18, 2009

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    finding a great vintage item (especially t-shirts for me) is like stumbling upon your own personal treasure. it’s unique and personal and immediately special. these photographs were brought in by our marketing manager, who recently discovered them at her grandmother’s house. she’s trying to come up with a cool way to display them at home…they’re (…) Read more »

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    herbert pfostl

    Oct 05, 2009

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    i found herbert pfostl’s book “to die no more” about a year ago…somehow i can’t help but visit his work every couple weeks…it inspires me beyond belief. his blog is very intelligent, thoughtful and just plain perfect, too… (…) Read more »

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    cosmic dust

    Sep 17, 2009

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    wow, cosmic dust’s tumblr does not disappoint…thanks, courtney, for sharing!!! (…) Read more »

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    williamsburg fashion week

    Sep 15, 2009

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    if you can’t get into any of the fashion week festivities in ny (or even if you can), take the L train to williamsburg and check out brooklyn’s answer to the big event – williamsburg fashion weekend. wfw opens its sixth season on september 18th and 19th, at secret project robot. :) (…) Read more »

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    teepees for a cause

    Sep 04, 2009

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    at the onset of summer, a group of amazing designers/artists congregated to build 6 teepees at the surf lodge in montauk, ny – bob melet, mike diamond, robert mckinley, tracy feith and rogan gregory…all to benefit the local skate park there! how rad. unfortunately, east hampton’s fire marshall demanded they be taken down soon after…but, (…) Read more »

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    artemas quibble

    Aug 19, 2009

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    our friend jason ross created the cool, cool dog collar/leash featured on pg 34 of our august 09 catalog. see more of what jason does at artemas quibble… (…) Read more »

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    harinezumi

    Aug 14, 2009

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    this week’s beach home page video was shot with a digital harizenumi…a rad little camera that makes your still images/video look like they were shot in 1967. you can buy this camera from urban outfitters! (card reader and battery must be purchased at another venue, keep in mind!) (…) Read more »

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    polanoid

    Jun 16, 2009

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    I’ve enjoyed browsing through Polanoid, where these pictures are from, for a good part of this morning! Polanoid is in the process of building the biggest Polaroid-picture-collection on the planet to celebrate the magic of instant photography. I don’t know that it beats Flickr, but I like it! Check it out if you are a (…) Read more »

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    hey joe

    Jun 11, 2009

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    Ah! I love finding treasures like this on YouTube! Here’s some footage of The Jimi Hendrix Experience playing Hey Joe and Sunshine of Your Love on the old British television show It’s Lulu. It’s pretty clear for being old and on YouTube, and it’s absolutely mesmerizing. Enjoy! (…) Read more »

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    calling cards

    May 27, 2009

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    The designs on these (very) old calling cards are gorgeous! I love the thought of a time when people would come see you, and leave cards to say they came by if you weren’t there, or to invite you to parties, or better yet, make romantic advances! Maybe sometime, somehow, calling cards will come back… (…) Read more »

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