While there may not be anything you can do to stop the inexorable march of time, you can always count on Cosplay Friday to liven up your day and help you kick off the weekend in style with the latest in greatest cosplay from around the web.
Culture and Fun have featured Whiskey Monday's pictures as the Second Life Pictures of the day several times on their Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/groups/CultureandFun/ and now a collection of her Landscapes is on display Inworld. - Check it out. Open until 15th July
Loic e338 Zimmermann is a French Concept Artist and 3D Supervisor (he was named Maya Master by Autodesk in 2009), working on movies in Los Angeles : Xmen FC, Thor, True Grit, Percy Jackson, Underworld, Wolverine, Book of Eli...
Where do we go after we die? Is there an another life after this one? Will we be reborn?Inspired by these ideas of life, death, and rebirth, Japanese artist Mihoko Ogaki has created some amazing works. For the past few years she has created an ongoing series of sculptures that illuminate. The ongoing project is called “Milky Ways” and the pieces were just currently displayed at the MORI YU Gallery in Tokyo.
Julien “Seth” Malland is a world traveling, street painting, socially conscious individual roaming the far places of this planet. Sometimes based in Paris, the street artist took a three year journey around the world to bring his art to remote areas
Artist's Statement" I have this show opening today at Kelly Yap Art Gallery. Kelly has long been a supporter of the arts in SL, providing gallery space and studio space on her mainland parcels. When she approached me about doing a show, I decided I wanted to do something different. And so E-SCAPES was born."
These colorful, blobby creatures, called Flossis, are taking over Germany! Designed by artist Rosalie, the installation of playful figures can be seen climbing the exterior walls of many buildings in Düsseldorf, Germany, including The Roggendorf House.
What only look like sculptural piles of rubbish become fascinating studies in light and shadow when illuminated from just the right angle. The work of dutch artist Diet Wiegman, each sculpture is built with a precision at odds with the rough materials from which it is constructed.
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