Primgraph Issue 10 Now on Newstands

Friday, February 12, 2010

Primgraph Issue No. 10 featuring the region of New Toulouse is now on newstands. Yet another fabulous issue of Second Life's premier magazine featuring historical and steampunk sims.

This month Primgraph travels into the early twentieth century ... to visit New Toulouse - that jazzy region owned by the Duchess of Carnteigh herself, Gabrielle Riel, the Nightingale of Radio Riel and Prim Minister of Edison ... who has built up a phenomenal diverse portfolio in the Second Life World.

Each issue also features a new episode of the epic web comic, The Quest for the Golden Prim ( Don't miss this fascinating tale of adventure featuring a number of different people on our international cast!

Primgraph is available online by visiting

I was fortunate enough to contribute a number of photographs for this issue, in addition to the Quest for the Golden Prim which I photograph and design.

Check out this fabulous issue!

Usonian Ideals Build-Off

Sunday, February 7, 2010

Over the weekend of February 5-7, the Frank Lloyd Wright Virtual Museum of Second Life is organizing the Usonian Ideals Build-Off. 24 builders, from novice to pro, will compete to see "who can create the most functional and appealing building within the parameters of the USONIAN ideals” promoted by legendary architect Frank Lloyd Wright.

Voting will commence at 12 pm slt on Sunday, February 7th and an awards gala will be held on Monday, February 8 from 7 to 9 pm slt.

The site can be visited by clicking the teleport outside the Breeze on the Usonian sim (

For more information, and an interesting read, I recommend this post on the Prim Perfect blog by Rowan Derryth.

Prim Perfect 23 On the Newstand

The latest issue of Prim Perfect magazine is now available. This month's issue features the beautiful historic region of Giverny, one time home of one of the most famous artists in history... Claude Monet.

The magazine features two sims that make up this region; Ville de Giverny, owned by Miss Kaye Robbiani and Giverny owned by Miss Soliel Snook. Two of the most creative people I have met on the grid. They both have a myriad of creations to beautify your home and garden in Second Life. Kaye creates a whole myriad of period furniture, clothing and accessories while Soliel is the owner of Snooks Garden Centre featuring the most beautiful flowers, trees and other garden landcaping items.

The region also features a replica of Claude Monet's home and gardens in Giverny. The village also features a replica of the Hotel Baudy where Monet and his contemporaries often met and socialized.

The Prim Perfect team, led by the intrepid Saffia Widdershins, have once again come together and produced an outstanding issue. I am proud to be on the staff and am inspired by those who toil away beside me, writing, designing and photographing for Second Life's premier home and garden magazine.

This issue also includes a fascinating article on Claude Monet by Miss Scotti Lyle which I highly recommend.

My thanks to Ceejay Writer and Viv Trafalgar for inspiring me throughout this issue. To accompany their writing with my photographs is truly an honour.

Prim Perfect is available online by visiting

For more information, visit the Prim Perfect site at