Bury your fears, bury your dreams


Not quite the cheerful post title ever is it? It is the title of a new art installation at MetaLes, by Selavy Oh, so excuse me for the sombre headline! Advertisements

Queen’s Gambit Declined


The Queen’s Gambit Declined (or QGD) is a chess opening in which Black declines a pawn offered by White in the Queen’s Gambit: 1. d4 d5 2. c4 e6 This is known as the Orthodox Line of the Queen’s Gambit Declined. When the “Queen’s Gambit Declined” is mentioned, it is usually assumed to be referring…

Sparkys


Sparkys is a wonderful, black and white/greyish, art installation on MetaLes by Romy Nayar, telling the story of a world without colour. Luckily a scientist found out how to produce colours, by collecting them from the ‘Sparkys’ ( a bee-like creature, living in a black forest) and so the residents of this world are busy…

Rebeca’s Sleepy Snail


After I saw pictures on Flickr of Rebeca Bashly’s latest full sim art installation ‘Sleepy Snail‘ I immediately put it on my list of things to go see ASAP! It’s known I am a fan of Rebeca’s work, and this one on Metales is as delightful as I hoped it would be! Now, I am…

Ghostville


The talented Chica Ghost has yet created another stunning art installation, this time on MetaLES, called: Ghostville. Chica is also the creator of the black and white installation some months ago (with the stick figures) and the RUST installation on LEA. Ghostville has some elements of both Black and White and Rust in them, so…

Not Everything is Plain B&W


Not Everything is Plain B&W is the latest art installation – covering a sim –  by Fuschia Nightfire, on the MetaLES sim. As the title may tell…it is mainly in all sorts of black and white and quite an experience to walk through! You start by jumping in a black hole, which brings you in…

Enjoy Life..this is not a rehearsal


The title of this post is not just some quote I found on the internet, but the title of the art installation by Shellina Winkler on the MetaLES sim! I went to visit this tonight and can recommend it! It moves, vibrates and can  make you dizzy at some point, but once you are used…