Designers United again has a great theme for a sales event of many kinds of objects and apparel. The list of perticipating creators sounds like a who is who in Second Life. I popped in for the really realistic gramophone which I added already to my musicbox collection at Musiclandia.
The gramophone plays 4 old songs from Flapper era in Shanghai. I wish I could add it to our new tiny 35 prim apartment in Berlin1920. But I am afraid that our rigid landlady will not allow 11 prims of music in her house. Anyway, I plan a housewarming party soon and hope that she will make an exception this day :)
But back to Designer United. Due to heavy lag I just took a photo but I really recommend this event. I saw some great items and will check them the next days. Alone the surrealistic house by Charlotte Bartlett is worth a look. The event is open until October 4th. To see more aobut the designers and goods:
Designers United blog: http://designersunitedevent.blogspot.de/
Designers United Flickr: http://www.flickr.com/groups/designersunited/
The last time has been busy for me and I almost forgot to blog this bench and lamp posts from Atelier Visconti. And now I got a message that the current Designer Warehouse closes in 4 days. Stephan Visconti is a great designer of highly detailed furniture with low prims and almost endless numbers of single and couple animations. I decided to show the double lantern as one of the 4 variations. The perfect decoration for the last days of summer and first days of autumn!
So hurry to Designer Warehouse: http://maps.secondlife.com/secondlife/Michigan%20Bay/115/61/25
The Marquis Market opened yesterday with the theme Indian Summer. Several designers took the theme literally and created Indian inspired items. I could not resist the Indian Fashion from Lavanda Chic and the cushions from Mia Snow. This event is open until September 28th.
See all Marquis Market items here: http://seraphimsl.com/2013/09/14/marquis-market-grand-opening/
Taxi to Marquis Market: http://maps.secondlife.com/secondlife/Port%20Said/175/198/22