Welcome to the March 2018 issue of Kultivate Magazine!
that you have more than likely forgotten by now!
This issue features The Butterfly Conservatory, an article on why you should use Flickr, spring art from various artists in Second Life, Bryn Oh’s new exhibition, the Bailey Norge’s sim, The Poet and the Prince of Denmark exhibition, the new Second Life mainland tier changes, a spring fashion photo essay by Jamee Sandalwood, and The Edge Stylists present their March fashions.
Eleseren and I would like to thank everyone who has supported us the past year. We could not do what we do at Kultivate without each and everyone of you—from the artists to visitors to our sim to our magazine readers. We hope that you enjoyed your new years and are also enjoying 2018 so far!
Very special thank you to my beautiful other half in both worlds-Eleseren. Honey you give me the strength, love, Spring is a time for renewal and rebirth. and support in both worlds that carries With these two words in mind, I me throughout life. Love you always. challenge you to experience a type of renewal and/or rebirth. Learn or try John, something new, apologize to someone Owner & Publisher of you had a fallen out with years ago, or Kultivate Magazine work on those New Year’s resolutions
KULTIVATE MAGAZINE MARCH 2018 CREDITS John, Owner, Publisher & Editor in Chief Eleseren Brianna, COO & Editor in Chief of The Edge Jessii2009 Warrhol, Marketing & Social Media Coordinator Inara Pey, Lead Contributor
Myra Wildmist, Contributor Stavaros Gracemount, Contributor Veruca Resident Cover Photography
EDGE MARCH2018 STYLISTS: Falbala Fairey Paradox Messmer Ceasar Langar
Lolita Paragorn Layka
Veruca Tammas Lead Contributor Ilyra Chardin, Contributor
Kultivate Artist in Residence: Sandi Benelli Pam Astonia Brynedarkly Cazalet Slatan Dryke
TABLE OF CONTENTS FEATURED ARTICLE: THE BUTTERFLY CONSERVATORY PAGE 42
INSIDE LOOK: 5 REASONS YOU SHOULD BE USING FLICKR PAGE 66
BRYNâ€™S TILT-A-WHIRL EXHIBITION
PHOTO ESSAY: SPRING ART PAGE 92
PLACES: BAILEYâ€™S NORGE PAGE 134
THE POET & THE PRINCE OF DENMARK EXHIBITION PAGE 158
SECOND LIFE MAINLAND TIER CHANGES PAGE 180
PHOTO ESSAY: SPRING FASHION PAGE 198 MARCH 2018 EDGE STYLISTS: PAGE 218
FEATURED ARTICLE: THE BU
ARTICLE & PHOTOGRA
APHY: VERUCA TAMMAS
There is a brand new place on the grid that combines both the beauty of nature and education. The Butterfly Conservatory, created by Ry Heslop, opened to the public on March 1st and will remain in place until August 2018. The Conservatory is brand new and the creators are still adding items and making modifications. When you enter youâ€™re immediately greeted by a butterfly identification chart which you can use as you wander through the exhibit to try and identify each of the different species. The Conservatory is also a mini botanical garden with a strong emphasis on environment and ecology. In addition to the butterflies and plants there are sections dedicated to the ecosystem that supports the butterfly population. One area has little dioramas with models of the good and bad bugs youâ€™ll find in a RL garden including grasshoppers, ladybugs, and the dreaded stinkbug. Another area highlights the bee population which has become severely stressed and endangered. There is information on what you can
cultivate to support a healthy bee population and promote the production of honey. As you walk along the paths you’ll come across displays of other animals and birds that are critical to keeping a healthy environment. There is a section on arid gardens which includes succulent plants and the various lizards and reptiles which thrive there. When I visited the first time there was a great exhibit on the owl and how its’ digestive system. The next time they had added a display on the Osprey. The Conservatory is also a fun place to hang out and enjoy the environment around you. They’ve creates so many little fun areas such as the two-story cafe where you can sit, sip a beverage, and enjoy the sounds of nature while sitting under a coconut tree. There are also whimsical areas such as the piano that also serves as a frog pond where you can play a tune surrounded by swarms of fluttering wings. They’ve also created little spots outside for seating and play and I highly recommend visiting if you’re a
photographer in need of photos for a spring or summer exhibit. There are plenty of opportunities to shoot fabulous photos here. One last comment on the Conservatory and this one really made me love the place even more than I already did. On my third visit in anticipation of writing this article I noticed a new information sign which had a huge photo and information about the Deathâ€™sHead Hawkmoth. I cannot express how excited I was or how loud I screamed when I saw this poster. I am a huge fan of Silence of the Lambs (read the book 4 times and seen the movie at least 100 times). This moth was featured prominently in the book and is the one youâ€™ll typically see depicted in the photo art for the movie. To see this here in SL and then to have one of the moths actually land on the sign while I was reading it - OMG OMG OMG OMG. I think I took 20 photos of me and the moth. Thank you Ry Heslop for creating such an amazing place. I encourage everyone to go and visit before it disappears in August. KM You can visit The Butterfly Conservatory at the following slurl: http:// maps.secondlife.com/ secondlife//99/175/3501
INSIDE LOOK: 5 REASONS Y
YOU SHOULD BE ON FLICKR
People in Second Life love taking photos. Whether they're capturing their memories or doing fashion shoots for their blogs or taking photo for artistic reasons, it's safe to say photography is one of SL's most popular activities. There are lots of ways to save your photos in SL. You can save the directly to your inventory or to your hard drive. You can upload them to gyazo or imgur or Instagram. But those options are limited, especially for sharing with others on SL.
2. Flickr keeps your photos organized: The SL feed does a decent job when it works; it's had a bit of a glitchy past. These days, the SL feed is more reliable, but it doesn't have any organizing tools. Post a photo, an it's just added to a scrolling feed. If you're looking for a place to just post your photos, the SL profile feed will do. But the photos aren't organized and finding any image more than a few days old can take a while.
Flickr organizes your photos in an The Second Life profile feed is an easy to see grid. Even if you have option, but it's not where most SL hundreds of photos, you can photographers post their work-readily see them and page through Flickr is. If you're an SL them. Flickr also allows you to tag photographer, whether you're your photos, making it easier to casual or more serious about your search through your entire photos, you should be on Flickr. collection. You can also put your photos into personal albums if you Here are 5 reasons why: wish, further organizing your 1. The SL community is there: Flickr photos. has a very strong SL community. It's probably the first place SL residents With Flickr, you can easily organize go to post their photos. Your your photos. Your photos are there friends will easily be able to find for everyone to see, and as long as your photos and you'll be able to your images are G-rated (Admittedly, a barrier for some in find theirs, too.
SL.), people can see your work even if they don't have a Flickr account. To look at photos of nudes and more adult photos, you'll need a Flickr account. The ability to keep and organize your photos, alone, is a good reason to post your work to Flickr.
give up faster than a few mean and nasty reviews. For the most part, people on Flickr, especially the SL community, is wonderful and kind and encouraging.
4. Flickr will help you grow as an artist: Almost every Second Life 3. Flickr provides positive feedback artist is on Flickr. There are some on your work: Flickr is a very absolutely incredible talents doing positive community. The feedback amazing works. I can't possibly use you'll receive on your photos will enough superlatives. The remarkable images created by be mostly affirming. people from Second Life will floor Flickr's review mechanism focuses you. on creating a positive environment. People show their appreciation of And they're all there for you to see, your photos by giving them little peruse, and study. stars, and if they really like your work they can give it an award or They will inspire you, give you ideas leave a comment. There's no down for your own work. They will make you a better artist. -voting mechanism, so the 5. It's fun: On Flickr you'll meet experience is positive. new people and make new friends. That positive experience is very You'll share your work with others. encouraging for people who are This will lead to talk about events, just starting out. If you're just taking photos, the creative process, beginning or you're unsure of your and life in SL. Being on Flickr, adds abilities (A live-long affliction for to the wonderful experience of SL more than a few of us.), nothing and that's just fun. KM will make some of us curl up and
ARTICLE & PHOTOG
T: BRYNâ€™S TILT-A-WHIRL
GRAPHY: INARA PEY
At the end of February 2018, Bryn Oh opened Tilt-aWhirl, the third in a series of single-scene poems she has been putting together whilst also working on a new immersive installation to succeed Hand (reviewed here). It joins Lady Carmagnolle and 26 Tines (both of which I wrote about here) on a darkened Immersiva. However, in difference to the first two pieces, Tilt-a-Whirl has something of a personal foundation for Bryn. “It is pretty much a nostalgic memory of being young at a fairground or carnival,” Bryn says of the piece – albeit it a carnival with fantasy overtones. Two rides form the piece, the titular tilt-a-whirl ride, with flashing lights and regular-looking cars, and a carousel with a quite unusual set of animals on which to ride: a dragon, ballbalancing unicorn, a butterfly, and a mechanical octopus, seahorse and horseshoe crab … These are not a random selection of creatures for the ride, however.
In her notes accompanying the piece, Bryn notes how some of the creatures have a personal link to her – notably the dragon and the octopus – a creature she’s clearly fascinated by, and with good reason. There seems to be a further personal element contained within this piece, a reflection of another childhood memory revealed by the accompanying 3-stanza poem, which opens:
the scene, and which I’ve taken the liberty of embedding below (the video, and those for Lady Carmagnolle and 26 Tines can also be video by clicking the images on the floor of the arrival point).
I dreamt of my youth when I met a girl and kissed her by the Tilt-a-Whirl Glance under the front of the Tilt-a -Whirl, and this memory is revealed through two figures – Flutter and Juniper – cautiously leaning towards one another, one shrouded by a blanket, hands reaching for one another, heads tilting. It’s a poignant moment caught in time; an echo of a childhood event made manifest once more through art and expression. Click on them, and you can view the video accompanying
Like Lady Carmagnolle and 26 Tines, Tilt-a-Whirl is haunting in theme, but it is also perhaps warmer in tone and feel. All three make for a striking visit. KW Slurl: http://maps.secondlife.com/ secondlife/Immersiva/23/98/31
PHOTO ESSAY: ARTWORK: VARIOUS ARTISTS
Y: SPRING ART WITH NAMES ON EACH IMAGE
IMAGE BY JAMEE SANDALWOOD
IMAGE BY MYRA WILDMIST
IMAGE BY VERUCA TAMMAS
IMAGE BY M8TY RESIDENT
IMAGE BY KIT BOYD
IMAGE BY TRALALA LOORDES
IMAGE BY SHE AVI
IMAGE BY JUDELIN RESIDENT
IMAGE BY MAADDI BENAZZI
IMAGE BY ADDY CROSS
IMAGE BY CHARLY KEATING
IMAGE BY SORCHA TYLES
IMAGE BY KACEY MACBETH
IMAGE BY DELILAH HANNU
IMAGE BY JOHN BRIANNA
ARTICLE & PHOTOG
GRAPHY: INARA PEY
In late January, Caitlyn and I visited Bailey’s Norge, designed by the Bailey family and in the Homestead region of Forest Haven. At the time, it wasn’t clear how long the region would be open to public visits, but as it is still open to people to explore, I thought I’d write a few words on it.
north-south orientation, and is occupied by two large houses. One of these sits alongside the stepping-stones, the second to the north, reached by a walk through
Designed to represent a piece of rural Norway, the region sits within a ring of green mountains, surrounded by water as if snuggled at the inland end of a fjord, a single channel leading out to sea, watched over by the rotating eye of a lighthouse. A visit starts close to the center of the region, on a set of steppingstones running across the mouth of a channel separating two of the region’s islands – so be sure to wait until everything has rezzed and rendered before taking too many steps, or you might end up taking and unexpected bath. These stones link the two largest islands with one another. The easternmost of these islands has a
the long grasses which dominate the flatlands of the island. This second house has the look of a working home – a pier sits on the shoreline close by, perhaps home to the fishing boat out in the bay, and with fish drying on the lines
of these sits alongside the stepping-stones, the second to the north, reached by a walk through the long grasses which dominate the flatlands of the island. This second house has the look of a working home â€“ a pier sits on the shoreline close by, perhaps home to the fishing boat out in the bay, and with fish drying on the lines alongside the pier. And old pickup truck has been converted into a makeshift flower garden, while a seating area lies in the shade of trees. A box bridge spans the water separating the northern end of this island with one of the two small islands on the north side of the region. Cut by a man-made water channel, where a little snuggle spot can be found atop a raft, it is otherwise deserted. A second small island lies to the west â€“ but please note it appears to be a private residence, so exploration there should perhaps be avoided in the interests of privacy.
Travel south through the grasslands of the east-side island, and youâ€™ll find your way to a small cabin snug against the southern coastline, looking west towards the second of the large islands, on
which sits a large number of structures. A gable roofed bridge sits close by, spanning the narrow channel dividing the two islands from each other.
The closest of the buildings across the bridge is a large Scandinavianstyle house. It is clearly a family home, given the swings, slide, roundabout and see-saw in the fenced garden. Surrounding this on two sides are outhouses and barns. These give the house the feel of being a farm, although the outhouses have been converted for particular uses: a bathhouse and a small photography studio / gallery. Slight further afield, on the north side of the island lies a little shop, a converted boat dock nearby, a swing seat replacing the covered moorings. Further along the curve of the shoreline sits an old Norse building, its apparent age hinting that there has been a settlement here for a long time. Meanwhile, on the west side of the island sits a wood-framed church. This faces a boathouse sitting on the shore alongside a wooden deck that extends out over the waters. As well as offering cozy seating indoors and chairs on the deck, the boathouse also has a
hot tub and hammock outside. With rich, open spaces with places to sit and / or cuddle scattered throughout, and one or two little surprises waiting to be found â€“
keep an eye out for the Norwegian troll keeping a watch on things from the tree-line â€“ Baileyâ€™s Norge offers a lot to see and enjoy. Should you enjoy a visit, please consider offering a donation
towards the upkeep of the region (the donation box is at the southern end of the east-side island). And if you take photos, please consider sharing them with the regionâ€™s Flickr group. KM You can visit Baileyâ€™s Norge at the following slurl in Second Life: http:// maps.secondlife.com/ secondlife/Forest% 20Haven/143/123/22
GALLERY S THE POET AND THE PRINCE O
ARTICLE: & PHOTOG
SPOTLIGHT: OF DENMARK IN SECOND LIFE
GRAPHY: INARA PEY
Opening on Thursday, March 15th at La Maison d’Aneli, curated by Aneli Abeyante, are two new exhibitions by three well-known Second Life artists: one by Nino Vichon, and the second by Tutsy Navarathna and JadeYu Fang. They are two very different exhibitions, but they are drawn together through each of them having literary foundations. Both are reached via an initial arrival point, and can be reached via either the teleport disks or by clicking on the artist’s names on the main board (which will also deliver note cards). There’s also a direct drop down to one of the installations. In Hamlet 5 Scenes, Nino Vichon presents his interpretation of five Shakespeare’s Hamlet, Prince of Denmark. As Nino points out in his opening notes, we know of three versions of the play have survived through to modern times: the 1623 First Folio edition, considered to be the “definitive” version of the play; and the “First Quarto” (1603, aka “Hamlet Q1”) and “Second Quarto” (1604, aka “Hamlet Q2”).
The former of these two Quartos is now widely regarded as the “bad Quarto”, possibly written by an actor who participated in a production of Hamlet. While the Second Quarto is now regarded as an attempt by Shakespeare to published the “full” version of the play (it is some 1600 lines longer than the First Quarto) to set the record straight. In support of this, historian point to the title page of the Second Quarto stating that it is “Newly imprinted and enlarged to almost as much again as it was, according to the true and perfect coppie.” For his part, Nino takes these three versions as the leaping-off point for imaging Shakespeare within his study, struggling over the play, writing and revising it. For the purposes of the piece, we are Shakespeare, invited to take a seat – in turn – in each of the five chairs ranged around a central table. Each chair represents a specific element of the play, which we see through the playwright’s eyes, as it were, as he contemplates each.
For this to work. make sure your installation offer further context, camera is not free-flying when should it be needed. sitting in a chair (hit ESC before sitting in each one). This will allow the act of sitting to take control of your camera and focus it on each scene. The chairs should be occupied in numerical order (each has a number visible on its upholstery), so that the scenes can be seen chronologically in reference to the play. These scenes start with the sightings of the ghost of Hamlet’s father which set the events of the tragedy in motion, and conclude with Hamlet’s encounter with the skull of a jester he knew in his childhood (“Alas, poor Yorick. I knew him, Horatio: a fellow of infinite jest, of most excellent fancy; he hath borne me on his back a thousand times.” Between there sit the famous soliloquy, the murder of Polonius and the death of Ophelia. Modelled in 3D , using a mix of mesh and particles to achieve their effect, each offers unique view on the aspects of the play it represents, while the liner notes accompanying the
For Bring Me Your Love, Tutsy and JadeYu present a tribute to the German-American poet, novelist, and short story writer Henry Charles Bukowski (born Heinrich Karl Bukowski; August 16th, 1920 – March 9th, 1994). The title of the installation is taken from Bukowski’s 1983 short story of the
ame name, illustrated by Robert Crumb.
complimentary visit. KM
This installation brings together images taken from around Second Life together with quotes from Bukowski and excerpts from his writing – poetry and stories. Blunt, at times aggressive in his use of language, Bukowski was forthright in his writings and views, and this is very much reflected in this installation, which is presented as a single piece – art and quotes making up walls and floors. To one side there is an area set aside for sitting and contemplation, complete with a television set playing a loop of clips of television shows and films for the later decades of Bukoski’s life. This area is also home to what might be regarded as the bric-a-brac of Bukowski’s life. You can visit this exhibition at the As noted above, these are two very following slurl: http:// different exhibitions, drawn maps.secondlife.com/secondlife/ together through each of them Virtual%20Holland/13/138/2350 having a literary foundation. Each is individually fascinating, their core subject matter being very different, thus they make an ideal
LINDEN LA LINDEN LAB ANNOUNCES SL MA
ARTICLE & PHOTOG
AB NEWS: INLAND PRICE RESTRUCTURING
GRAPHY: INARA PEY
On Wednesday, March 14th, 2018 Linden Lab announced a restructuring of Mainland tier costs, with allotment of “free” land for Premium members doubled from 512 sq. meters to 1024 sq. meters. The announcement was made via a blog post, which reads in full: We’ve got some exciting news for both aspiring and existing Landowners who think the cost of land is too darn high in Second Life. Effective immediately, we’ve reduced Mainland costs by over 10 percent. But, wait…there’s more! Premium members now also get DOUBLE the Mainland allotment! That’s twice as much space to build, create and design your own home, business or experience in Second Life at no extra charge! Premium subscribers now have 1,024m² included with their membership: you
could keep your Linden Home and still have another 512m² left over, or use your entire 1024 allotment towards a parcel on the Mainland. To learn more about specifics of this change, view our Pricing and Allotment Comparison chart. We know that costs associated with land ownership can hinder some people from realizing their full creative vision in Second Life or even keep them from participating in Second Life as much as they’d like. In 2015, we decreased land setup fees by up to 40% and restored a 50% discount on set-up fees and ongoing maintenance fees for educators and nonprofits. In 2016, we offered a limited-time “buy-down” opportunity that rolled back maintenance fees on full islands and homesteads. As Second Life begins to celebrate its fifteenth birthday, we hope that this latest price drop will be welcome news to those who aspire to explore their creativity in 2018
and beyond. Of course, when people talk about tier being “too damned high”, they are generally referring to the cost of private regions (particularly Homesteads), so this change in Mainland rates many not be looked upon favorably in some quarters. But the fact remains – as I pointed out in 2013 – lowering private region tier isn’t as easy a proposition for Linden Lab as some tend to think, the (roughly) 23% reduction in tier revenue the Lab has seen since November 2013, notwithstanding.
difference in remaining tier).
A slight spanner in the works here, of course is that obtaining Mainland parcels can be timeconsuming, and comes with the initial overhead of the purchase price. Nevertheless, it will also be interesting to see if / how this affects Linden Home ownership. A complaint against the latter is that while they come with a 175 LI allowance and a house which does not count towards that total, the houses themselves are oft viewed as unattractive. So, will these changes encourage some of those with Linden Homes to abandon As such, this should be seen for them in favour of a 1024 sq m what it is – an attempt by the Lab parcel (the aforementioned pain in to encourage land take-up – and finding and purchasing a suitable leave us not forget there have also parcel notwithstanding) with at been calls to re-invigorate least 350 LI and a house of their Mainland with all of its abandoned own choosing, even if it does count land – without unduly exposing against that total? their bottom-line. So, if nothing else, it will be interesting to see Time will tell on this. KM what this offer does both in terms of Premium subscriptions and in encouraging people to take-up their “free” 1024 square metres of Mainland (or go bigger and use the 1024 “free” + the reduced
PHOTO ESSAY: SPRING FASHIONS BY JAMEE SANDALWOOD THE EDGE MARCH STYLISTS
P H O T O E S S AY: S P R I N G FA S H I O N I M A G E S : J A M E E S A N D A LW O O D
Styling Notes: Dress & Hat | AZUL – Farva in Aqua for On9 March Nails | Alme – Simplicity for Blush through March 18 Shoes | Insomnia Store – Diamond Strap Pumps Hair | Argrace – Anzu in Whites Necklace | Amarelo Manga – Flapper Onyx Necklace Poses | an lar Poses – Violet Five Bauhaus Movement – Industrialized Consciousness 32 Shot on location at Windlight Art Galleries
Styling Notes: Pants, Top, Shoes, Handbag & Necklace | Maci – Dalia Outfit Skirt | Maci – Dalia Skirt Gift for Fitmesh Fanatics Group Nails | Alme – Romantic Hud for the Dollhouse Event Hair | Exile – The Idea of Her in Blondes Eyeshadow | Euphoric – Milan Eyeshadow at Skin Fair 2018 March 9th – 20th Lipstick | Huwe Cosmetics – Matte & Gloss Lipstick at Skin Fair 2018 March 9th – 20th Poses | an lar poses – Nubia Series Two and Marisa Mini Series
P H O T O E S S AY: S P R I N G FA S H I O N I M A G E S : J A M E E S A N D A LW O O D Shot on location at Whimberly
Styling Notes: Gown | PurpleMoon – Lindsey Gown in Black for SENSE Event Back Tattoo | White Widow – Belle in Gold for Enchantment Event through Feb. 28 Headpiece | Lybra – Geishan Sunrise Headpiece Gold/Black Nails | Alme – Love Kittens Black for Tres Chic Bracelets | Promagic – Love Armlets Gold Hair | Besome – Rose in Blondes Pose | Agape – F254 Back
P H O T O E S S AY: S P R I N G FA S H I O N IShot M AonGlocation E S : atJ ASolMExistance E E S A N D A LW O O D
Styling Notes: Gown | AZUL – Verena in Champagne for the Sense Event Hair | Truth Hair – Tinsley in Blondes Nails | Alme – Dark Passion Black Rings | Elise – Erika Bento Rings Necklace | Maxi Gossamer – Isolde Gypsy Boho Necklace Poses | Agapee – Basic 001-1 Morgane’s Runway – Show Me Your Nails (no longer available)
P H O T O E S S AY: S P R I N G FA S H I O N theNSeasons IShot M AonGLocation E S : JatAFootprints M E E Sin A D A LW O O D
Skirt | Maci – Dalia Skirt Gift for Fitmesh Fanatics Group Nails | Alme – Romantic Hud for the Dollhouse Event Hair | Exile – The Idea of Her in Blondes Eyeshadow | Euphoric – Milan Eyeshadow at Skin Fair 2018 March 9th – 20th Lipstick | Huwe Cosmetics – Matte & Gloss Lipstick at Skin Fair 2018 March 9th – 20th Poses | an lar poses – Nubia Series Two and Marisa Mini Series
P H O T O E S S AY: S P R I N G FA S H I O N IShot M AonGlocation E S : atJ AWhimberly M E E S A N D A LW O O D
EDGE MARCH STYLIST: FALBALA FAIREY ~ Bodysuit: GIZ SEORN – Birdie Bodysuit @Ultra ~ Hair: ItGirls – Sporty Hairbase + Ponytail @SkinFair 2018 ~ Headpiece: ERSCH – Samurai-Head-Piece ~ Mask: [sYs] – BIRDY (Hair) ~ Collar: (r)M – Posture V-Collar (Women) ~ No.09 ~ Nails: [Cerberus Xing] – Salient Talons in Onyx ~ Shoes: AZOURY – Specimen Ballet Shoe SLink Pointe @We Pose by DelMay
EDGE MARCH STYLIST: PARADOX MESSMER Hair: Bolero (menâ€™s version) by lock&tuft *sponsor* (at Shiny Shabby (opens March 20th) Necklace: Bird Skull Top Necklace by Gild *sponsor* ( at Men Only Monthly ) Jacket with Shirt: Shirt jk with T by Gild *sponsor* (at Ultra ) Pants: Diagonal Cut Sarouel Pants by Gild *sponsor* (at Ultra ) Decor: Cadence Birdcage by kosmii (at The Liaison Collaborative ) &:: Coruscant Bar Set by kosmii *sponsor* (at The Fantasy Collective ) Pose: Poses Guy 5- Level 4 by VITALIS ANIMATUM
EDGE MARCH STYLIST: CEASAR LANGER Suit: Bakaboo – Baka Couture Tuxedo 2, including shoes and bowtie (@ SWANK) Beard: BStylestore – Beard 33 Tintable (@ SWANK) Pose: Knight Poses – Casual Male Pose set 1 (@ TMZ)
EDGE MARCH STYLIST: LOLITA PARAGORN Dress: Secret Desert Khloe for Very Chic http://maps.secondlife.com/secondlife/Nika/153/139/22 Hair: Sweet Raven for Kinky event http://maps.secondlife.com/secondlife/Match/111/129/45 Jewels: Mandala Haramita
EDGE MARCH STYLIST: LAYKA Shiny Shabby exclusives Kaithleen's Halen Dress Ana Poses - Santiago Opale . Candice Hair
RISTORANTE IVANNA This free self service restaurant is part of Kultivate Art Galler restaurant. **The restaurant is not a role-play restaurant wh restaurant where you can bring your date or loved one for a
ry and is in the style of a romantic Italian here you have to pay to be served. It is a FREE quiet and romantic setting. **
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This issue features The Butterfly Conservatory, an article on why you should use Flickr, spring art from various artists in Second Life, Bry...
Published on Mar 20, 2018
This issue features The Butterfly Conservatory, an article on why you should use Flickr, spring art from various artists in Second Life, Bry...