✣ LnL Square in Second Life ✣
LnL Square is a group.
LnL Square is a store in Second Life with four collections
-- Main Collection, Gothic Collection, Kimono Collection and Tshirts Collection, plus accessories.
LnL styles go from Gothic, Biker, Sci-fi, Fantasy, Medieval, Oriental, Steampunk, Vampire to Celtic.
LnL Square hosts weekly discussions and inworld parties.
LnL Square is owned by Lizzie Gudkov and London Junkers.

Wednesday, May 21, 2014


As a kid I remember spending time playing with paper airplanes. I would fold them in different shapes and changed their qualities to make them fly longer or higher . I cut little ailerons or bent their tails and had a blast by doing so, getting of course different flight paths. The observation of this aerodynamic pieces gave me a lot of joy and provided long hours of happiness and dreaming.  It was then when my love for aviation was born and ever since I have always been interested in the subject , from Leonardo's designs to the landings of the space shuttles.
In this new installation " A DREAM, The wings to fly", I have tried to incorporate some characteristic things like vectors, wings, instruments or clouds, to create a piece that would capture my admiration to such fascinating matter, from the paper plane, the bird or the spitfire. Flying changed us, it brought  us closer and  in the future it will open the doors to our amazing universe in ways we can only dream at this point. 

I would like to thank specially to the Tanalos Art & Torno Kohime foundation for giving me the chance to make this piece and to Nino Vichan in particular.

I also wish to dedicate this piece to my beloved Lizzie for all her support and inspiration. Lizzie, you are the wings that make me fly!!

And last but not least  I also want to thank  all of you  who come to see it and enjoy it, I wish it triggers beautiful memories and make you dream and soar the skies.

Opening day: Wednesday May 21st 13:30 SLT
Location:3D Art Gallery  http://slurl.com/secondlife/Solaris%20Island/172/41/1402

Picture by Lizzie Gudkov.


The exhibition was blogged at:
Tanalois Art
Ziki Questi's Blog
Inara Pey's Living in a Modem World

No comments:

Post a Comment