360 GRADI MAGAZINE (English Version)

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360 GRADI Magazine, a bi-monthly Second Life Magazine. Flickr Group to post your images: https://www.flickr.com/groups/360gradi/

360 GRADI Magazine

Italian

ARTIST

MISTERO HIFENG

In the Second Life Italian Artists

panorama, Mistero Hifeng stands out as

a famous sculptor.

STRUKTURO,

THE MENTAL

DECONSTRUCTION

EMBLEM

ALEY KAT,

AWESOME SINGER IN

The voice of Aley Kat cheers the

evenings of many fans. Let’s know

better this extraordinary singer.

Second Life

SKIP STAHELI

P hotography

Skip Staheli’s photographs have

become an icon of beauty in the virtual

photography scenario.

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CONTENT

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Second

FLORENCE

Life

Destinations

presented us with

a refined region,

created with the

Italian landscape in

mind.

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Emblem

STRUKTURO

of the

mental

deconstruction, of

the

the decay of an

era, this new region

offers exciting food

for thought.

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Mistero

MISTERO

HIFENG

Hifeng is

well known.

Let’s take a journey

together into the

artist’s world.

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In

ALEY KAT

the music

world, Aley Kat is

a well-known and

respected singer.

Let’s get to know

her better in this

exclusive interview.

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Elisea

ELISEA CARTER

Carter is

a high fashion

designer, refined and

attentive to the style

evolution. Let’s know

her better in this

interview.

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Skip

SKIP STAHELI

Staheli

is a famous

photographer

whose images make

hundreds of people

dream.

Let’s meet him in this

exclusive interview.

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Noir’Wen

NOIR’WEN

CITY FESTIVAL

City

Festival is a gigantic

art and shopping

event, full of stores,

art exhibitions, and

photo contests.

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The

DECOR

BLOGGERS

spaces

decoration is one of

the most appreciated

in Second Life. We

explore the world of

decor bloggers.

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Spectacular

CHOOSEN ON

FLICKR

images

found on Flickr.

We explore new

artists.

360 GRADI MAGAZINE is a magazine that deals with Second Life at 360°. Destinations, Art, Music, Fashion, Photography, Furniture, and

Decoration all in one bi-monthly magazine. You can read the magazine directly inworld, wearing it as HUD. Pick up your issue by going to Kiosk.

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Welcome to number 0 of 360 GRADI MAGAZINE.

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MISTERO HIFENG ALEY KAT SKIP STAHELI

Mistero Hifeng is an

Italian artist who stands

out for his unmistakable

style of a sculptor.

Aley Kat is an excellent

live singer; her

performances cheer the

evenings of many fans.

Skip Staheli’s images

are an icon of beauty in

the virtual photography

scenario.

WELCOME

Welcome to issue 0 of the magazine.

In this first issue we we know better:

we introduce ourselves and we tell our

ideas to the readers and readers give us

suggestions, ideas, and advice for the

next issues.

We look forward to your feedback not as

a way of saying, but with the willingness

to do better writing on topics that

interest you.

To achieve this goal, we need your

collaboration, and active support.

We know that this project will

Interesting: we saw it from how you

supported us on Social.

Now we ask you to be an active part,

participating with us in creating an

enthusiastic information channel.

Thank you for your support.

we appreciate it very much, and is a

great encouragement.

We look forward to your feedback on

this number!

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TEAM

LADMILLA VAN MISOINDITE

ART HEAD

COLUMN

MUSIC HEAD

COLUMN

FASHION HEAD

COLUMN

Artist and THE EDGE

Gallery Owner.

Dj , Designer and

Architect Planning.

Model and Fashion

Events Accountable.

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JARLA

VIOLET

OEMA

PHOTOGRAPHY

HEAD COLUMN

MARKETING

HEAD COLUMN

EDITOR AND

WRITER

Photographer.

Social Media

Marketing Expert.

Editor, Blogger, and

Vlogger.

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LETTER FROM THE EDITOR

Welcome to the first issue of 360 GRADI, the magazine in Italian

and English on Second Life, readable both on Yumpu and inworld

wearing it as HUD.

I thought of a magazine that would be quickly accessible to

anyone and, at the same time, interactive.

I am sure that 360

GRADI will evolve

together with its

contributors and

readers, creating a

community that loves

to read, that is curious

and attentive to new

things, eager to share

information, and that,

above all, helps each

other.

The respective link accompanies any reference to places, people,

and objects, also clickable by HUD, which will give the reader the

possibility to zip, open a web page, pick up an item, watch a video,

and much more.

I believe that the usability of a magazine on Second Life directly

inworld is the key to effective communication and can be the

beginning of creating a community that loves to confront, discuss,

and grow together.

I’m sure that 360 GRADI will evolve together with its contributors

and readers, creating a community that loves to read, that is

curious and attentive to new things, eager to share information,

and that, above all, helps each other.

I could conclude with the classic phrase that you read everywhere:

“no drama,” but I think it is taken for granted and that those who

read me know it all too well. 360 GRADI aspires to a constructive

community and not demolishing the projects and ideas of others.

I can afford an exceptional team of collaborators who, I can assure

you, are seriously committed to this communicative project.

I also expect collaboration from readers. I would like the were

an active part, suggesting, commenting, and expressing their

thoughts. I want to thank all those who have supported us on

social networks by spreading the news of the 360 GRADI birth.

Happy reading, for now, I hope to have your news soon!

WELCOME

360 GRADI is an interactive magazine

available on both YUMPU and

INWORLD.

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Communication is one of the most

important aspects of life.

Communicating means effectively

reaching people’s hearts and minds.

- Oema

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VIOLET BOA

My responsibilities include planning, implementing, and managing PR

strategies and organizing and managing various PR activities.

I use different channels to optimize the outreach and success of a

campaign, with a customer-oriented focus and assured delivery that I

represent unequivocally. I carry out the interests, wishes, needs, and

expectations of my clients.

Violet Boa,

MARKETING

Head Column

A natural part of my work involves arranging interviews and

coordination, researching and collecting opportunities for

partnerships, establishing and maintaining relationships with

journalists, influencers, and bloggers, and supporting the team

members of my client in communicating and running a campaign.

Through years of experience with social media management, which

always requires excellent communication, presentation, leadership

skills, and excellent organizational and time management skills, I

have become self-critical and am still interested in new impulses.

Learning, be it self-directed or through knowledge of apt sources, is

part of the daily process.

Observations and reflections (self-reflection) of the external and

internal situations give me the chance to recognize problems and

change them positively.

I am a positive but also critical thinker and analytical problem solver

who - with a lot of empathy - accepts conflicting interests, personal

(in) tolerance, and others’ opinions. I am very adaptable and willing

to compromise to get positive alternatives that make everyone happy

and lead to the desired success.

My top ten topics of interest are fine art, photography, design, digital

art, music, performing arts, literature, science, mindfulness, and a

positive attitude.

I feel very honored and proud of the trust that Oema has placed in

me and invited me in my role as PR to act for magazines from the first

publication of their classy, stylish and elegant 360 GRADI Magazine.

We have an exciting and excellent task ahead of us, and I am looking

forward to it!

Violet

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DIXMIX ART GALLERY

Teleport

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FIONA FEI

Teleport

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FLORENCE

Among the most beautiful destinations in Second

Life recently realized, Florence At Low Tide stands

out.

IN

Written by OEMA.

Photography by OEMA.

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FLORENCE

AT LOW TIDE

The region was built by Iska (sablina) and is the home of Gnaaah

Xeltentat and Tomaso Franizzi.

Among the most

beautiful destinations

in Second Life recently

realized, certainly

Florence At Low Tide

stands out.

The region was created

by Iska (sablina) and is

the home of Gnaaah

Xeltentat and Tomaso

Franizzi.

Among the most beautiful destinations

in Second Life recently realized,

certainly stands out Florence At Low

Tide.

Maybe it’s because the style is Italian,

as the name suggests, perhaps it’s

because I like environments that

enhance nature in a particular way, in

Florence I feel at home.

I confess that I had fun with the same

enthusiasm as a child in making this

article’s photos. Going to Florence,

The creator designed Florence for photography: this

is evident not only for the Flickr group specially

created for the images taken there but also for how

she positioned the objects that decorate the region.

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The visitor can

walk through

the region or get

up in the air.

listening to the

environment’s sounds

relaxes me as if I were

really in that beautiful

context.

The region was created

by Iska (sablina) and

is the home of Gnaaah

Xeltentat and Tomaso

Franizzi.

The region has its group

for fans called the Lunar

Sea.

The author designed

Florence for photography:

this is evident not only

for the Flickr group

specially created for

the images taken there

but also for how she

positioned the objects

that decorate the

region. The author has

created angles from

any perspective and

angle, giving life to an

autonomous scene, easy

to frame, making the

mind and imagination fly.

The visitor can walk

through the region or get

up in the air: I chose to

explore it on foot to allow

me to catch corners that

would otherwise have

escaped my attention

with a hurried flight.

The choice of vegetation,

houses, and furnishings

is made with care to

make the Italian setting

credible.

Also, the general light

settings and colors’

intention is convincing

and facilitates the

realization of beautiful

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The houses, in typical Tuscan style, are the

splendid creations of 8f8.

images, even without a

particular graphic correction.

If the pc allows it, I suggest the

reader explore it using Black

Dragon Viewer and Advanced a

RenderVolumeLODFactor equal

to at least 4. This correction will

let you see all the meshes well

without losing the definition in

the distance.

The landing point is located in

the southern part of the region

and facilitates access to the

main road that allows the foot

visit.

The choice of vegetation, houses, and

furniture is made with care to make the

Italian setting credible.

Walking along the dirt road,

you will see the typical Italian

vegetation: apple trees, grape

crops, pines, firs, and many

plants that have covered

themselves with the colors of

autumn.

Bridges, little rivers, small boats

left on the shore without any

particular order: these are all

details that make the Italian

landscape credible.

Besides the vegetation, the

fauna is rich and relevant to

the landscape: cormorants, red

crown cranes, horses, rabbits,

deer, and seagulls cheer the visit

to Florence.

Another corner of the region

that I enormously appreciated

is the car repair store. When

my visit is empty, I hope that

the author will also enrich this

part of the area with details.

However, I realize that being

a homestead, Florence cannot

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host a sufficient number of

primes to define it as detailed as

it would deserve.

The houses, in typical Tuscan

style, are the splendid creations

of 8f8. Ancient crumbling walls,

simple but emotionally impactful

home settings make Florence

one of my favorite Second Life

photography regions.

REFERENCES

Teleport to Florence

Florence Flickr Group

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STRUKTUR

The creator is Tia Rungray (tialer.mimulus),

Japanese, who calls herself an “artist of

classical music and noise” in his profile.

IN S

Written by OEMA.

Photography by JARLA CAPALINI.

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ECOND LIFE

A disruptive

installation that

provokes the

mind and invites

reflection.

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The creator is Tia Rungray (tialer.mimulus),

Japanese, who calls herself an “artist of classical

music and noise” in his profile.

STRUKTURO

IN SECOND LIFE

Tia Rungray

STRUKTURO

Emblem of mental

deconstruction.

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THE SIGNIFIED

STRUKTURO creeps into the mind to “break the patterns,” to

destroy any residual conditioning, the habit of thought, dogma, or

existential referment resulting from a pre-packaged truth and not

consciously chosen.

Among the most exciting

destinations in Second

Life in September, there

is, without a doubt,

STRUKTURO.

The creator is Tia

Rungray (tialer.mimulus),

Japanese, who calls

himself an “artist of

classical music and noise”

in his profile.

I confess that this is a

definition that I had never

heard before and even

the musical art of Tia

Rungray is utterly new to

me.

Before exploring

Rungray’s destructuralist

thinking, I warn those

who decide to explore

STRUKTURO to activate

sounds: since it is a

sound installation,

listening is essential.

As the author himself suggests,

STRUKTURO is the emblem of mental

deconstruction.

As the author himself

suggests, STRUKTURO

is the emblem of the

destructuring of the

human mind. The very

fact of uniting classical

music with ferocious

noise, blending them,

makes us realize that

the sound installation’s

theme is destructuring,

the antithesis of

harmony, serenity,

and peace of mind.

The listener finds

himself immersed in

madness because he

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finds himself listening

to splendid classical

music interrupted by an

annoying noise that, of

course, has nothing to do

with the harmony of the

classical piano.

What is meant by

destructuring, and what

does the artist want to

communicate?

By destructuring, we

mean “the abandonment

of specific structures

conditioning an organism

or a mental dress to give

life to a more rational

organization or attitudes

more appropriate to

the changing times”.

Since the destruct to

which Rungray refers is

mental, the reference

to mental dress

abandonment seems to

be the most suitable to

this destabilizing sound

experience.

STRUKTURO creeps into

the mind to “break the

patterns,” to destroy any

residual conditioning, the

habit of thought, dogma,

or existential referment

resulting from a prepackaged

truth and not

consciously chosen.

To better understand

STRUKTURO, we should

begin to ask ourselves:

why do I behave in

this way and not,

for example, in this

other, perfectly suited

to another person?

The answer will be

something similar

to “because I have

certain values, ways

of thinking, mental

habits that result from

years of education and

experience.”

I want to point out

from the beginning

that when we talk

about mental habits,

we are not referring

to considerations of

value, such as “I behave

like this because I

am a good person,

while Tizio behaves

like this because

he is a bad person.”

More than ever in this

sound experience, it

is essential to detach

from considerations

of a generic and even

trivial nature like those

just mentioned. Instead,

it becomes imperative

to open the mind to a

broader vision, which

also embraces the

reasons for a particular

way of thinking and

acting. It also becomes

essential, in my opinion,

regardless of value

evaluations, because

the value is often the

most tenacious anchor

to mental habit.

STRUKTURO is, therefore,

destabilization, breaking

mental patterns. The

first thought that comes

to my mind is the need

to “break old habits of

thought” in the name

of an adaptation, and

adaptation to a rapidly

changing era. “Who stops

is lost,” in short.

Sometimes, I imagine

how my grandparents

would live today if they

would adapt to modern

thinking. The answer is

obvious: no. I remember

my grandmother, who

resisted longer in life

than my grandfather, not

adapting to the changing

times and suffering a

great deal watching the

news. She told me that

my great-grandmother

could not see the

information on television

because she cried as

soon as she heard some

crime news.

So STRUKTURO suggests

to adapt to the times

and become insensitive

opportunists, without

empathy and values to

follow? Here too, the

answer is no. Having

an open mind and

understanding that

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there are infinite reasons

behind a behavior or a

way of thinking does

not mean “losing one’s

compass of values” to

adapt to the changing

times. If anything, it

means broadening our

empathy to embrace our

understanding of mental

structures that we do not

share, without expiring in

pure and straightforward

judgment.

Finally, I leave the useful

references for those who

want to explore more the

communicative capacity

of Rungray.

REFERENCES

Teleport to STRUKTURO

• Video

• Sito web

• Soundcloud

Modern times perhaps

require a broader analysis

and understanding

of events than our

grandparents were used

to do.

I don’t know what

impressions the reader

will have. Still, after a few

minutes, I had to turn off

the sounds during the

article’s writing because

the disharmony of the

noise that interrupts the

classical music hindered

my concentration.

Tia Rungray has a

interesting channel on

Youtube where you can

hear some of his sound

works. I have chosen

one that I propose here

as an example of the

peculiar work done by

this Japanese artist.

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LADMILLA MEDIER

Ladmilla Medier,

ART

Head Column

“Art does not reproduce what is visible but makes

visible what is not always visible.”

(Paul Klee)

I don’t think that there is an absolute definition of

Art. Still, this short, famous quote represents the

path that I will propose in this section dedicated

to Art: together we will know the artists active

in Second Life and their works, we will discover

the study, the conceptual elaboration, and the

artistic technique that gave rise to the creations;

each of us will be able to listen to the whispering

stories, awaken dormant memories and provide our

interpretation, find the essence that goes beyond

the visible.

I am sure it will be a fascinating journey!

Ladmilla

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MISTERO

“The passion for photography and the curiosity of

experimenting led me to create in 3D what I had

done years before in 2D”.

Written by LADMILLA MEDIER

Photography by LADMILLA MEDIER

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HIFENG

ARTIST

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MISTERO HIFENG

SHAPES AND EMO

“The passion for photography and the

curiosity of experimenting led me to

create in 3D what I had done years

before in 2D”.

“The passion for

photography and a desire

to experiment led me

to reproduce in 3D the

artworks I made before in

2D.”

In this short sentence the

artist expresses his entire

universe, he does not need

more words to describe his

long artistic journey because

it is really the passion

that costantly inspires

him and shines through

his artworks; from the

moment he joined Second

Life, completely unaware of

what this virtual world was,

that seemed mysterious

enough to him to suggest

his own name… “Mistero”,

his strong motivation

towards photography and

Images opened incredible

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TIONS

horizons for him, allowed

him to evolve his art to the

fantastic mesh creations

that we can now admire.

I wish to thank Mistero

for giving me the freedom

to interpret his artworks

by observing them, this is

the true meaning of Art:

to realize something that

allows the observer to

interpret, to imagine, to

create something original to

himself/herself.

The digital creations of

Mistero are veritable

sculptures and tell countless

stories: everyone can find

their own story awakening

memories and dormant

feelings, or imagining a new

one created by their own

sensibility.

Even the titles of his

works are very evocative

and are an integral part

of them: they were born

spontaneously or were

inspired by listening to a

song, as well as for the

particular name of its land “I

live and walk upside down”,

Every detail therefore offers

a reason for interest and

involves the imagination.

LIFE... WILL WANT TO LEARN

Observing his creations we

cannot remain indifferent:

the essential naked bodies,

white or delicately colored,

that offer contrasts of lights

and shadows do not allow

distractions, you focus your

attention on the shapes

and poses that bodies take,

caught in a moment of life,

you are enchanted by the

vision of some parts that

disperse in fragments, or

are chained in thin threads

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like cobwebs while your

mind follows unexpected

thoughts, your feelings

awaken and reach a surreal,

dreamlike dimension.

The digital art of Mistero

gives us emotions through

the composition of

evocative scenes, the

enchantment of the bodies

shapes and the intense

expressions of faces:

anger, hopelessness, pain

associated with a loss or

separation.

It explores the essence

of the human condition:

loneliness, lack of

communication but also

encounter, passion and love.

A magnificent celebration

of life, grasped in all its

aspects, this is therefore the

art of Mistero.

His artworks are exhibited in

his famous gallery Digital Art

- Cammino e Vivo Capovolto,

Retrospect.

From there, taking the

teleport, you can reach the

ground level where you can

walk and interact with his

art immersed in a charming,

evocative atmosphere

where water is the

dominant element, reflects

the shapes and caresses

them with drops of rain.

Recently Mistero opened

another exhibition space,

absolutely not to be missed.

References

• Retrospect

• Retrospect Shop

• New Show Room

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TANGO - LIKE A

PROMISE

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IT MELTS IN YOUR

EYES... THE MOON

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LET’S STOP... HERE...

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FLY

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ME, FENCING WITH

THE HAIL, THE

LADIES...

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FOR YOU... WE WILL CROSS

THIS KINGDOM TOGETHER

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ANELADAM

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DIGITAL - ART, CAMMINO

E VIVO CAPOVOLTO,

RETROSPECT

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VAN LOOPEN

Van Loopen,

MUSIC

Head Column

If I were not an architect in life, I would probably be a

musician.

I think in music.

I live my daydreams in music.

I see my life in terms of music.

Since 2009 in Second Life, I try to share this emotion

with others.

As editor and music consultant for 360 GRADI, I would

like to shed light on an often underestimated world, but

which is instead one of the main activities in the “second

life.”

The message in music arrives more efficiently at its

destination, touching the most intimate and personal

chords, without the need for other intermediaries in

communication.

In the variegated musical world of Second Life, I will

deal with emerging artists and those who are now well

established and often do not know each other well

enough.

I take advantage of this space to give some point of

reference in the music scene of Second Life because

“people consume music as if it were a handkerchief for

the nose.”

(Zucchero)

Van

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ALEY KAT

The impeccable voice of Aley Kat cheers the

evenings of many fans in Second Life. Let’s know

this extraordinary voice artist better.

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Written by VAN LOOPEN.

Photography by JARLA CAPALINI

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E SINGER

I consider Aley Kat one of

the very few professional

singers who perform

inword, placing her in a

hypothetical and very

personal chart, certainly

in the top positions.

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ALEY KAT

SINGER

Aley, with its varied and original

repertoire, is always a guarantee.

I have been following her in SL for

several years. However, I try to find

some notes out of place every evening,

always she represents a confirmation

without any defiance, neither

technical nor interpretative.

Behind a successful performance

and the interpreter’s skill,

there is creativity, imagination,

technique, talent, and a lot of

commitment.

Aley Kat (aka aleylia resident)

known more simply as Aley, is

known and appreciated in SL for

her unfailing dedication to the

music she plays.

In short, Aley, with its varied and

original repertoire, is always a

guarantee.

I have been following her in

SL for several years. However,

I try to find some notes out of

place every evening, always

she represents a confirmation

without any defiance, neither

technical nor interpretative.

I consider Aley Kat one of the

very few professional singers

who perform inword, putting

her in a hypothetical and very

personal ranking, indeed in the

top positions.

Anyone who reads well

knows that carrying out a live

performance is always like

throwing yourself into fish, with

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So we can hear her go

from the classic theatrical

musical, sparkling and

representative, to more

intimate and sweet tones of

the soft and reflective genre,

from the famous cover to

the less established song

that seems to have come out

of her writing.

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all the accompanying

criticisms that often

tease the listener.

In attending an evening

with Aley, from the very

first greeting notes, you

immediately feel at ease,

with her irresistible

giggles here and there,

spontaneous and

friendly, which confirms

how calm she is and has

fun, even before worry

about making a good

performance. Therefore,

this naturalness affirms

the goodness of her

preparation, certainly

made of personal safety

and her remarkable

discipline.

But the fact she performs

flawlessly isn’t enough.

It is necessary to instill

sensations and emotions.

Indeed, misperceptions

are often compensated.

Her distinct voice, her

tone, excites.

Her repertoire, which

it regularly offers in SL,

often changes according

to the land characteristics

that hosts it.

So we can hear her go

from the classic theatrical

musical, sparkling and

representative, to more

intimate and sweet

tones of the soft and

reflective genre, from the

famous cover to the less

established song that

seems to have come out of

her writing.

I have particular

parameters to establish

when a singer is valid: one

of these is to participate

in one of her evenings

and after a while, iconize

the SL viewer and start

doing other things on

the PC, listening to the

headphones.

I had confirmation of her

professionalism with

Aley when immersed in

something else I forgot

I was in SL, and I felt

like I was following a

radio where songs by

official singers and artists

are generally programmed.

And when I remembered

to pursue instead a live

singer performing in SL, I

immediately came to say,

“these songs looked like

records!”.

This one is one of my

parameters of judgment.

When a piece is the result of

the most profound emotions,

then the right “key” has been

found to interpret author’s

music: walking, hand by

hand with the listener, on a

very particular avenue of the

senses, built from “single

portions” music that makes

the whole message.

Aley’s message comes

straight and without

difficulty.

Aley lives in the United

Kingdom and is a refined

artist with uncommon

sensitivity, with

heterogeneous sounds

that have their roots in her

popular tradition but with

an ever-vigilant look at new

trends and what the musical

world offers at the moment.

We at 360GRADI met her

and pleasantly put her under

pressure:

Van: Aley, before starting

the musical discourse, can

you give us a description of

yourself? Personal details,

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where you live, hobbies,

work... what do you think

about yourself?

Aley: I live in the UK and

I love singing in SL. My

shows are scheduled in

my evenings whereas

for a lot of SL residents

they listen to me in

their afternoons (12pm-

5pm SLT). When I’m not

singing in SL, I really

enjoy listening to other

artists, playing virtual

golf or games with

friends or making my

show outfits- playing

barbie with my avatar!

Van: Three adjectives to

describe your singer’s

work in SL.

Aley: Invigorating- I

always feel refreshed

when I finish a show, it

takes a lot of energy but

it’s invigorating at the

same time and clears my

mind.

Uplifting- My aim is

to make people feel

uplifted and happy both

during the hour and once

my show has finished

(sometimes with a couple

of sad musical theatre

songs in the middle for

balance!).

Dedicated- committing to

shows nearly every day

for all these years takes

a lot of dedication and

real life does have to take

a back seat sometimes

for special events that I

book.

Van: If you were not a

singer in SL, what would

you be?

Aley: I would probably

run a venue and most

likely a Sim. I don’t have

the time or funds at the

moment but I absolutely

loved building and

running a Sim, Seven

Seasons, a couple of

years ago with my best

friend Damien.

Van: When did you

start singing? Do you

remember what land you

were?

Aley: I do remember!

I started in January of

2016 at a place called

White Satin. Amazing to

think when I started I had

zero idea I would still be

doing it nearly 5 years

later!

Van: Three songs you love

and why.

Aley: One of my favorite

songs that makes me

instantly feel happy

is September by Earth,

Wind and Fire... as soon

as I hear that intro I’m

dancing in my chair. I

also love singing You

raise me up by Celtic

Woman... the way it

builds throughout the

song and the message it

conveys never fails to hit

the spot. It’s difficult to

pick a third but it would

probably be a musical

theatre song like With

you from Ghost, Someone

like you from Jekyll and

Hyde or maybe All I ask

by Adele. I don’t sing

those songs very often

because they are full of

the feels but sometimes

it’s really cathartic to feel

the emotions through

them.

Van: The duet of your

dreams, with whom real

artist would you do it?

Aley: Hmm.. I would love

to sing with Michael

Buble actually. He has a

natural smooth quality

to his voice and great

tuning... I think our voices

would blend well and

singing some of the jazzy

classics together would

be awesome.

Van: What do you like and

what do you dislike about

your SL performances?

Aley: The people! I

love the people that

come to my shows.

They are wonderful,

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loyal supporters of my

singing and always

make me laugh in local.

They are always really

friendly with each other

and welcoming to new

people. Honestly they’re

the best thing about

singing in SL.

The thing I dislike is I can

never hit that US evening

crowd as for me it’s 3/4/5

am in the morning. I’d

love to be able to sing

when the main crowd

in SL is relaxing and

listening to live music.

Van: According to musical

connoisseurs’ widespread

opinion and not, your

performances are very

high in the inworld music

scene. Are you aware

of this, or do you not

pay much attention to

success?

Aley: I feel extremely

lucky to have the success

I do in SL and I am always,

always grateful to the

amazing people that

come and listen day after

day. They support me and

support the venues and

keep music alive in SL. I

never take it for granted...

my manager and hosts

will tell you I’m always

nervous (still!) that no

one will show up to the

venue to listen and I work

really hard to always

deliver to the best of my

ability. I take my job as an

artist in SL very seriously.

If I’ve made the venue

owner and the people

listening happy with my

performance then I view

that as a success.

Van: A prerogative of

your performances is

the covers of famous

and/or successful songs.

Customizing a piece is a

natural process for you, or

do you need a thorough

knowledge of the author

of that song first?

Aley: No, generally

all I need is to feel a

connection to the music.

If the music resonates in

me then I think I can do a

good job covering it and

interpreting it in my own

way.

Van: Your repertoire

is vast both in terms

of musical genre and

diversity of artists. You

can quickly move from

rock to soul, from R&B to

musicals with masterful

interpretations. Where

does your knowledge

come from, and what are

the musical influences?

Aley: My parents both

had very diverse musical

tastes so as I was growing

up I was exposed to all

sorts of different styles

of music and that has

continued into my adult

life. My dad loves reggae

while my mum is more

into soul. So I had artists

like Bob Marley and

the Wailers alongside

soul legends like Aretha

Franklin- it was great. I

also grew up performing

musical theatre (as many

of my listeners will tell

you I love singing!) and

being a 90s kid I also

listened to a lot of pop.

I think everyone would

find something they

like to listen to on my

songlist- it’s definitely

eclectic! I’ve even

recently added some rock

covers! Have a look on my

website and see if you

can see anything you’d

like: www.aleykat.com

Van: Would you like to

sing together with two or

three other established

singers in SL? If yes, with

whom?

Aley: I absolutely love

dual streaming with

other artists in SL. In

the past I’ve sung with

Maximillion Kleene, Toxic

Darkmatter and Djembe

Dragonfire among others.

I’d love to sing with Tony

Slade in the future- he’s

a newish singer on the

scene and our voices

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would definitely go great

together.

Van: What message

would you like to convey

to your listeners?

Aley: Gratitude. When I

started singing I never

dreamed it would

become what it has in SL.

It’s down to my listeners

and I will be eternally

grateful to them all.

I hope I can continue

to earn their loyalty

throughout my shows in

the future.

Van: How do you react to

an evening that didn’t go

well?

Aley: My bestie would

tell you how much I beat

myself up over it! If I

haven’t sung well I feel

absolutely terrible that

I’ve let everyone down.

I’m trying to learn not

to be so hard on myself

but I constantly strive for

perfection in my showsmaybe

it’s the brit in

me? Everything has to be

proper and correct!

Aley: The live music

industry in SL is vastly

unfair now with the

disparity between

earnings of singers and

venue owners. Having

run a venue myself

I’m also aware first

hand how expensive it

is- even when singers

don’t put out tip boards,

listeners always tip

them. I wish there could

be a system where the

venue owners also get

tipped the same amount

(or more!) to offset their

rising costs of renting

land, running a venue

and hiring singers.

For more information

and insights about

AleyKat, we refer you to

the official website:

www.aleykat.com

Van: Finally and in

thanking you I ask you,

in the light of your

experience, what should

change and what should

remain in SL’s musical

world?

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Misoindite Romano,

FASHION

Head Column

I’ll make a short presentation of myself without wanting

to bore anyone.

I thank Oema and Van for giving me this space in their

Magazine.

Misoindite Romano, Miso for everyone (or almost), a

model I think since always, I’ve never done anything but

modeling and fashion show.

Many people smile about this work in SL, unaware that

a world of people and linden is going around on this

activity. Stylists and agencies of various nationalities

would not exist if there were no models or bloggers.

I have 12 years of Second Life behind me, a lot of

passion, and accurate work on my personality and my

avatar, which I try to represent in the best way.

My task will be to keep you informed, perhaps making

you want to accompany me in the field of fashion in SL.

Miso

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ELISEA CA

FASHION

Elisea Carter is a high fashion designer who started

before the advent of mesh and had the stubbornness

and talent to adapt to the changing times.

Written by MISOINDITE ROMANO.

Photography by JARLA CAPALINI.

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DESIGNER

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ELISEA

CARTER

Elisea Carter is a high fashion

designer who started before

the advent of mesh and had the

stubbornness and talent to adapt to

the changing times.

Dear readers, I am pleased

to interview Elisea Carter:

many of you will know her for

the beautiful dresses she has

created for years in SL.

With the advent of mesh and

bento she had abandoned,

she wanted to return with

stubbornness, and I assure you

that her dresses are fantastic.

I enjoyed bringing one of her

dresses to the fashion show

recently: you can admire her

creations in the magazine’s

photos and her mainstore.

Miso: Can we start the interview,

Eli? In the meantime, thank you

for accepting.

Elisea: Thank you and all the

staff of the magazine.

Miso: You were born as a

designer when everything

was still in prim: you were

very famous and very loved by

Americans. What do you miss

from that period?

Elisea: I don’t miss anything

from that period for the creation

of clothes. In the past, you

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With the advent of mesh, the

approach to making clothes

and their performance has

changed. Now it is much

more creative and stimulating

because the clothes are very

realistic.

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could improvise to be a

designer; it was much

more straightforward;

you just needed

Photoshop basics, know

the build of the platform,

and a bit of imagination.

You could create clothes,

often a bit arranged,

and I dare say almost

simulated. With the

advent of mesh, the

approach to realizing

the clothes and their

rendering has changed.

Now it is much more

creative and stimulating

because the clothes are

very realistic. Indeed,

it is no longer possible

to improvise because

you need confident

professionalism and

excellent knowledge of

various 3D software in

making them.

Miso: How do you think

SL has changed from a

human perspective in all

these years?

Elisea: Because of my

work, I have always lived

very little Second Life.

But as far as I could and

can see, I think nothing

has changed, humanly

speaking. As in reality, or

maybe more than reality,

life here takes very

much emotionally. Often

you are without masks;

it seems a paradox,

considering that there is

no visual approach, and

everyone can be what

they want, but that is

precisely why you are

what you are.

It comes out the most

intrinsic door that is

inside us. And this can

be damn fascinating

and, at the same time,

destructive. I have

witnessed great loves,

beautiful friendships,

but also intense

disappointments, breaks,

and inconsolable tears.

Perhaps here, the soul is

touched.

And that’s why living

on Second Life changes

our lives, swallows our

existence. It’s like living

in a fairy world where

everything becomes

possible, where dreams

and fantasies can come

true, but on the other

hand, it can be harmful

because, at the same

time, it takes us away

from reality.

Miso: Your look is that of

the designer who creates:

do you think that the

models who now show

your new clothes can

convey what you want to

say with your creation?

(I ask you this because,

in my opinion, the model

must represent who has

created leaving aside

the beauty of the avatar

(necessary), but that must

not excel. It is a question

that does not ask for

names, but a general

opinion.

Elisea: Often not; they

can’t convey what that

particular garment

means to me. The outfit

is fundamental, as

well as the poses and

movements, and it is not

enough to be good at

editing accessories or

using poses. Many people

lack imagination and

good taste. It is very well

perceived that they often

have the basis for the

“history of the costume”

and, therefore, the

various periods classified

a particular “style.”

Miso: What do you

suggest to those who are

thinking of becoming a

stylist in SL?

Elisea: Even if we are

not in reality, you should

always be updated on the

fashion of real designers,

always look not only at

their creations but all the

outfit that composes and

gives style to the dress.

We are history, and only

knowing the past can we

think of a future.

Miso: Think about the

models when they show

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your creations.

Elisea: Listen to Jazz and

let yourself be captured

by the emotion that

the notes, one after the

other, transmit and then

immerse yourself in that

atmosphere. You will find

the inspiration to wear

my clothes!

Miso: They say that

Fashion in SL is losing

charm. What do you

think?

Elisea: It’s true! And I

think I also know why!

In reality, imagine the

Italian fashion and

not invaded and then

overwhelmed and

imitated by the many

Chinese clothing stores.

This one is more or less

what happened in Second

Life.

Hundreds of kids who

know how to use the

various 3D software,

coming out of college

they decide that until

they find a job; in reality,

they use their knowledge

to glean some linden.

They skillfully and very

skillfully copy everything

that the real world’s

casual clothing offers and

sell on Second Life, often

with low and competitive

costs.

This factor has destroyed

haute couture and forces

designers who are still

trying to create new and

classy clothes to sell at

low prices and affordable

to all. Otherwise, nobody

buys them. Unfortunately,

this is a sad reality!

Miso: Thank you, Elisea,

for your kindness; the

readers of this new

magazine will also know

you as a woman and not

only as a designer. It will

serve to look with other

eyes at your creations.

Elisea: Thank you for the

honor you have given me

with this interview. I hope

to be clear and heartfelt;

also that my speech can

reach all the women who

live in this world so that

the charm of fashion will

be reassessed again.

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Jarla Capalini,

PHOTOGRAPHY

Head Column

Writing with light, from the Greek φῶς, φωτός, “light” and

γραϕία, “writing”, this is “photography”.

Now I know that talking about photography in Second

Life will surely make purists curl their noses or smile at

the most benevolent professionals and enthusiasts. Still,

once there were film and exposure meter, then came

digital cameras and files today. We also use phones to take

pictures, and thanks (maybe) to them, photography is now

within everyone’s reach.

Here then is that a “viewer,” with all its peculiarities

techniques can become a perfect means to “write” with the

virtual “light” the encounter between the subject and the

eye of the photographer, from which a new possible vision

is born.

The imagination of reality, albeit virtual.

This one we will do in our journey among the

photographers of Second Life: we will talk about

technique, composition, inspiration and

passion, hoping to convince skeptics that our images,

although depicting a world of pixels,

can rightly be considered “photography.”

Jarla

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PHOT

Skip Staheli’s photographs have become an icon of

beauty in the scenario of virtual photography.

Written by OEMA.

Photography by SKIP STAHELI.

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OGRAPHER

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SKIP

STAHELI

Skip Staheli’s images are compositions.

It is a complex creative mode, in which

several different elements blend into

the scene.

I remember the first time I saw

Skip Staheli’s image: I think

that was the moment when

I realized how fascinating

photography could be in Second

Life. I’ve always had to deal

with photography because, as

a blogger, I believed in making

the most of the art galleries I

visited.

However, Skip Staheli’s images

were quite different: first of

all, they are compositions, so

he assembled several other

elements to create a single

scene. It is a complex creative

mode: I worked on photographic

compositions (real-life and

virtual images), so I know

the difficulty in creating an

image that convinces that it is

not a jumble of elements put

together.

In addition to creating credible

images (in the sense that the

viewer does not realize that

it is a composition, because

the elements harmoniously

blend into the scene), Staheli

has the talent to excite the

viewer. I honestly believe that

this last aspect is the secret

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I remember the first time I saw

Skip Staheli’s image: I think

that was the moment when

I realized how fascinating

photography could be in

Second Life.

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of his success. If his

creative ability and skill

in Photoshop are not

in question, it is also

true that there are now

several photographers

who take care of their

talent in creating

breathtaking images but

do not have the same

ability to involve the

viewer emotionally.

Beyond my thoughts

on this professional

photographer, I wanted

the reader to have the

opportunity to get to

know Skip Staheli better

by hearing directly from

him the narration of his

experience. I asked him

some questions, probably

the most immediate ones

that anyone would ask

him. From his answers

shines a person who tells

himself with simplicity

and who does not give

importance to success

in the virtual world

of Second Life (in my

opinion, rightly so).

Moreover, it points the

attention on an important

aspect: nowadays,

many photographers

professionally realize

images, just because

photography is one of the

most appreciated activity.

We know Skip Staheli

better in this exclusive

interview for 360 GRADI

Magazine.

“ I am 100% selftaught

in photo

editing and using

Photoshop.”

Skip Staheli

Oema: Did you already

know how to work on a

picture before joining

SL or learned because

of your photographer

activity inworld?

Skip: No, I didn’t know at

all.. the first year, I didn’t

work with photoshop,

but just messed around;

a bit later, I had a very

old version of photoshop,

and had a laptop from

work, with a lousy

graphics card.. and did

all the painting with my

finger on a mousepad...

I’m 100 % autodidact

in photo editing and

photoshop.

Oema: Why choose to be

a photographer in SL, and

when you understood,

you became famous?

Skip: One of the

questions most asked, I

think, I never choose to

be a photographer in SL,

it just happened.. one

day, I found out about

making snaps inworld,

and saw some cool

talents on Flickr with SL

work.. I was inspired to

also do nice jobs, just

for myself and later

for friends.. but soon

friends of friends asked

for photo’s, and at some

point, it seemed I was a

photographer.. so then

I just decided to own

a photo studio “Photo

Studio Purple Cows”

since 2008.

Famous, lol.. that’s a bit

funny, I think.. how much

famous can you be in SL,

and what’s the worth of

it?

Maybe I was lucky that in

my beginning SL time, not

so many photographers

were around, and working

with the right designers

and loads of models

for their model contest

pictures put me on the

map... I don’t think it’s

still happening at this

time, those many photo

contests for models.

Also, by now, all avatars

are mesh, so making

lovely pictures isn’t that

difficult anymore... So

it’s hard to stand out in

such a huge amount of

photographers.

But I certainly don’t

feel “famous” lol. When

people act like I am, I’m

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like, please.... it’s just

meeeeeeeeeh!

Oema: Which is the most

exciting part of your SL

work?

Skip: Still the photoshoot,

the contact with my

clients... old clients (some

visit since 2008! and still

come) and also the new

clients, getting to know

them, to talk with them...

Find out about their

wishes and a bit about

how they are...

Just as exciting is their

reaction when I deliver

the photo, mostly they

have to wait long, cause

I never rush work, and

when RL is a lot, that

always goes first, so I

always tell upfront it

can take a long time

before turn back time of

the photo... I am not a

factory; I cannot create

when my head is not right

for it.. It can really touch

me when the photo’s

outcome makes my client

happy and how they react

to it. Feedback is very

important!

Also exciting is that

during the shoot, often

many ideas pop up... I like

to share my ideas with

my client, and it’s great

when they are just as full

with enthusiasm as I am..

And when I start editing,

what I feel with work, and

how it slowly becomes

a true piece, with the

feeling I was going for... I

can feel a true rush goes

through me when I’m on

the roll with editing, pure

excitement.. and can be

so pleased with a newly

created piece, that I keep

looking at it for a long

time, and enjoy a lot.. lol

It can make me feel super

satisfied, I think it’s an

addiction...

Oema: Would you like

to thank someone who

helped you during your

path?

Skip: My clients!!! It all

wouldn’t be so much fun

without them, and then

my photo studio wouldn’t

be here anymore, I think,

after so many years.

Oema: What are your

programs for the future?

Skip: What programs?You

mean programs I work

with, or how I think my sl

photo work will be in the

future?

I work with PS cs6, with

my Wacom drawing

tablet, some plugins

like Filter Forge, NIK

collection, Alien Ware,

PS lightroom. I’m a green

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screen photographer,

so I don’t shoot in

scenes inworld, but

only in my studio on

the green screen, and

create the whole piece in

Photoshop... I don’t see

myself change this in the

future..

Also, the way I’m working,

I don’t see that change a

lot, as long clients keep

coming, and I can do it

RL wise, I keep going

on... There were years I

was’n active, or much less

active, depends a lot of

RL. So that might change

now and then, but I’m not

planning to quit yet... ;)

“...when I start editing,

what I feel with work,

and how it slowly

becomes a true piece,

with the feeling I was

going for... I can feel a

true rush goes through

me when I’m on the

roll with editing, pure

excitement.. .”

Skip Staheli

Oema: Thank you, Skip,

for your sincerity and

for being so helpful in

responding. The staff

of 360 GRADI Magazine

wishes you to go on for

as long as editing the

images will make you

happy.

Skip Staheli su Flickr

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NOIR’WEN

CITY F

Noir’Wen is a unique destination, a giant festival

of art and shopping, where the visitor gets lost

between culture and stores, between sacred and

profane.

Written by NIEU.

Photography by JARLA CAPALINI.

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NOIR’WEN

CITY FESTIVA

Noir’Wen is a unique destination, a

giant festival of art and shopping, where

the visitor gets lost between culture and

stores, between sacred and profane.

Less than 10 nautical

miles from Noir’York City,

Noir’Wen City was born

out of the forced exile

of two young people

at the end of the 18th

century whose families

had refused to marry

for obscure reasons of

social prudishness and

conflicts and who had

been expelled. They

had disembarked in a

makeshift boat on this

inhospitable and sparsely

inhabited small island

and they settled there.

They then founded a

family out of wedlock

and became the emblem

of one of the first “free

union” assumed and

claimed.

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The first half of the

19th century saw

the beginning of the

development of the city

and its small harbor with

the development of a

sex toy industry whose

reputation quickly spread

around the world. The

number of people living

in Noir’Wen city grew

rapidly early in the 19th

century.

Fervent in the Second

Life cause, the city of

Noir-Wen played a major

role in supplying all kind

of very creative sex toys

among which the famous

“pink dildo”. Then, with

the development of

the digital and virtual

economy, the workshops

and factories closed

one after the other and

the small city fell into

oblivion.

It is only in the first

decades of the 21st

century that two

descendants of the

young immigrant mythic

couple, Belice Benoir and

Nieuwenhove, decided

to launch with a group

of friends and artists

the regeneration of the

city and bring it back

to life and to desire.

They have experienced

a renaissance as an

exceptional destination,

attracting creators

and artists, and they

offer visitors into an

exceptional postindustrial

urban

aesthetic, a free city,

open to creativity, to

fantasy and to freedom

around a new form of

“permanent fetish fair”

with more than fifty

stores, galleries and

workshops of young and

renowned creators with

its spaces for shopping,

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leisure, culture, exchanges

and relaxation.

Teleport to Noir’Wen City

Festival.

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FURNITURE A

Furniture in Second Life is one of the most popular

activities and generates attractive earnings for

decor designers.

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Written by OEMA.

Photography by KELLY DARK.

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FURNITURE AND D

SL STYLE

Furniture in Second Life is one of the

most exciting activities to the point that

it has become a business.

Furniture in Second

Life is one of the most

exciting activities to the

point that it has become

a business.

I am referring to the

creation of furniture and

the related bloggers or

magazines that deal with

them and a multitude

of people who offer

their services as interior

decorators.

The group Elite

Decorators &

Landscapers 4 Hire (SL)

connects people who

need decorators with

people who do this

activity on Facebook.

Not everyone earns

money, but some are so

professional that they are

in great demand.

Besides, the site Love to

Decorate offers excellent

ideas for all those who

love the decorating

inworld.

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ECOR

In this article, I wanted

to highlight a blogger

on Flickr, Kelly Dark,

who mainly deals with

furniture professionally.

The refined taste and

the high quality of the

images proposed to

make this Flickr account

exciting to follow.

Moreover, each image

offers detailed credits, so

it’s easy for the reader to

find the objects he likes.

For all those interested in

furniture and decoration

and have a Flickr account,

I also recommend

joining the Second Life

Home & Garden Decor

group, which offers new

images of environmental

bloggers every day.

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CHOSEN ON

SL PHOTO

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FLICKR

GRAPHERS

Chosen by

the publisher.

Awesome

images seen

on 360 GRADI

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group.

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“Come away

with Me...”

Simply Jana

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“That Autumn

Feeling”

Shocking

Wonder

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“Hello”

Melania Avro

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“Butterfly

woman”

MIna Arcana

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“Souls of

Dreams”

Skinny Nilla

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“Untitled”

Dido Haas

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“Untitled”

Anto Haiku

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“Dragon”

Lorys Laine

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“Sunset @Lost

Dream”

Lam Erin

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{EB} GLORIA @

the darkness

event

Erika

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[ wake me up... ]

Quinnsley

Abbiamo selezionato

alcune splendide

immagini realizzate

da eccellenti

fotografi in SL.

Le immagini sono

pubblicate nel

gruppo Flickr della

rivista.

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“Mi fido di te”

AshleyAlyson

Yexil

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“autumn little

bride ...”

Isis SecretSpy

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“Midsummer”

Adriana

Perido

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“Ms. Francies

Feline Fancies”

Sienna Skye

Foxdale

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“IONIC - Cocina

de Meigas”

Elaine Lectar

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“Soup, Tea,

Cookies. A

puppy and a

kitten”

Bambi

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“.”

Lan

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“#763 /s o l i t u

d e/”

Y a s h i c a

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“Pray”

Magnum

Gunawan

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“La Darsena”

Alessandro

Livingstone

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“I will shine

within your

shade”

Mogovtle

Karnstein

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“Walsh County

01”

Vivena

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“Pure”

lakaluka

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“Poésie

Indécise”

Amberly

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“Me & You”

Shilenni

Resident

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“#330

Strawberry

fields”

Nuria Niven

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