Friday, June 27, 2008

Visiting Prim Perfect Halls on the SL5B Exhibition

by Darleez DeCuir

Happy 5th Birthday Second Life! The SL5B two weeks’ celebration and exhibitions all over the SL5B sims are worth of visiting. The SL5B exhibitions are open until 6th July, so hurry! Well, Metaversal Arts does not have its own exhibition area, but there are lots of fabulous and exiting things to see. We warmly recommend you to visit at least the Prim Perfect’s one at SL5B Hippos. If you look carefully, among other interesting and beautiful creations you might see there something familiar from Metaversal Arts too!

When you enter the Prim Perfect Hall you get an Exhibition Catalogue and a notecard telling all the details about the exhibition and what all the settings are about. In the courtyard you can find a Prim Perfect vendor, just take your own copy of the magazine for free! There is also a wonderful wish fountain, seating arrangements from Maxwell Graf of Rustica and Gwen Carillon of Elements in Design. I have Gwen’s DeVine in my own garden too and I can tell you that this is the seat I sit in most when I’m in my garden.

Metaversal Arts co-owners Yolanda and Darleez in the courtyard, ready to explore the Prim Perfect and Meta Makeover exhibition halls.

Overview to the Prim Perfect Hall. Each magazine issue has its own exhibition stand with sample of work from the designer of that particular month.

Chilling on the Orkney themed stand - in front of the Prim Perfect’s first birthday celebration issue.

Meta Makeover Hall. On the right is the episode 5 stand, the one with Yolanda’s makeover to a cottage on the harbourside in Orkney.

On the other side of the Meta Makeover Hall you can find a television lounge created by The Loft.

In the courtyard café you can relax and have a cup of coffee, watch the Meta Makeover shows on a tv-screen, or try out the popular new dances from Maar Auer of Metaversal Arts - Charleston, SlowOne and Valze.


On the web you can read more about Prim Perfect Publications’ SL5B exhibition halls in the Prim Perfect Blog.

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