The neighbors are always peeking across each others lawns, comparing shades of green and looking for new gossip to fill their day with. Some of them just cant find anything better to preoccupy themselves with. Especially that airhead Mariah next door who’s always pretending she can’t see me from her kitchen while she’s waiting for her muffins to bake.
Pearl Grey and I have enjoyed collaborating to bring you the next (and last) group of story pictures. SL is such a rich source of inspiration for writers, and when you peek into a different world of imagination waiting to unfold in your own words, well how can you resist diving right in? The ASU Virtual Heritage Island is such a charming sim. An admirable project by Professor Caproni and Painter Meriman, it draws you in...
Theres always something going on over at Oona Nostra’s studio at MU [Nostradamus 1]. I usually pass by to admire all her chairs (I’m not sure, but I think they’re breeding) or to jump off her roof (there’s an urban legend that if you do it right you’ll bounce right back up). I figured it was about time I kicked my shyness to the side and let my curiosity get the best of me, and Oona welcomed me with open...
An interesting contest is being held at LEA12, The Paradise of CyberPolis, asking what is CyberArt? featuring entries from MU learners and more SL artists!
One of the things I cherish most about SL is the thought-provoking conversations, the sharing of thoughts and ideas with so many intriguing minds that make you stretch your imagination just a little further. My encounters with Eupalinos Ugajin feel like walking through a minimalist painting, through a tiny doorway, into a quiet, floating hallway..
I first met Pearl Grey while hanging upside down in my studio sorting out inventory, and noticed a nearby dot on my map. That quiet little dot turned out to be an inspiring MU neighbor, and I soon discovered that Pearl’s activities extend well beyond her beautiful studio.
I have no idea, but a lot of pants spontaneously went missing! If you missed out, apparently this phenomenon is being encouraged today, so go ahead and take casual Friday to the...
When I first glimpsed Piedra’s work, at her MU studio, I immediately fell in love with the delicate colour palettes and soft treatment of the images.. I wanted to go on a little journey through these images. Piedra was kind enough to lead the way and let my mind wander every now and then:
Is it just me, or has March in SL been mind-bogglingly artistic? Yes, mind-bogglingly is a word, I looked it up!
Here at LEA23’s Medici University the creative vibe is electrifying the air, and there’s always something going on, collaborations and classes and lots of discussions in between.
I peeked into Elle Thorkveld’s studio and was immediately drawn to her art pieces, a collection of “Glitch Art.” Elle was kind enough to quench my curiosity and told me all about it!
Fanny Vermont’s Photo lighting workshop on Saturday was a big hit, and after the awesome MU gang were exposed to a bunch of tips and tricks (and shared a few of their own), I figured it would be a good time to shine the light on the artist behind the camera.. Art: Fanny, tell me about your interest in SL photography? Fanny: Photography is one of my interests in RL, so it has not been a great surprise to me that I felt attracted...
Its been an exciting week at MU!
Check out the Medici University article featured in REZ Magazine!
For someone who inspires people to climb up high towers of collaborative work, Neeva Torok is an incredibly down to earth artist! I had the pleasure of meeting Neeva as she was spending her lunchtime “tinkering” with prims, and after our brains were done high-fiving over our common love for community spirit, old-school primming, and M.C. Escher’s work, I got to ask her a little about her project at MU..
Some “aMUsing” moments and creative fun at MU Creativity.. RU at MU having fun too? Show us!
Music-loving-gallery-primming-stencil-popping MU learner Nsane Darkfold has been around SL long enough to know it wasn’t always easy finding what you want, and sometimes you had to roll up your sleeves and do it yourself. Fast forward a few rezdays, now he’s at MU telling us a little about his creativity!
There must be something in the water at MU sim, and it’s not just George Clooney and Katy Perry sediments. Submit your work! and chances are, we will love to share it on the MU Creativity Magazine, that’s what it’s here for after all.