Welcome to the Treasure Hunt for the September issue of Prim Perfect magazine. Over the next few weeks, I will be taking you on adventures across the grid, searching for FOURTEEN items offered by some incredibly talented designers and store owners. To complete the Treasure Hunt challenge, you need to visit each store that I profile, find the featured item, and discover its prim count. Instructions on how to find the prim count of an item can be found either on page 92 of the magazine or on our Treasure Hunt Information Page. For participating, you may win something wonderful by one of these designers from the Prim Perfect prize cabinet.
What a treat! We get to start the treasure hunt by searching for something sweet at GREENE Concept. The store is located within a shiny, modern office building in Beachwood. Glass ceilings let in natural light and a huge tree grows through the middle of the building. Within the shop you’ll find sculpted modern furniture with multiple animations. This new Impossible Glass Table caught my attention, creating something that cannot exist outside of the grid. The thick sheet of textured glass has no means of support. Instead of table legs, strips of flexible brass hang beneath the table, swaying at the slightest hint of a breeze. If you’re always looking for something unique, make sure to take a close look!
Remember to keep searching the store for that delicious Petit Fours Platter. Six treats sit atop the platter. Some are perfectly browned and simply dusted with sugar. Others are several layers thick and brightly frosted. The sugar buzz from this could carry you through the rest of the treasure hunt! Luckily, we don’t have to worry ourselves with calories – only prim counts.
To participate in the treasure hunt challenge, we ask you to find as many prim counts as you can for each of the magazine’s treasure hunt items. Email the counts to firstname.lastname@example.org along with your avatar name and the answer to the tiebreaker question which can be found on page 92 of the magazine. The winner will be the person who is closest to an accurate prim count, and in the event of a tie, the tiebreaker question will be used. Your answers are due by October 6, 2008. Please remember – you don’t necessarily have to find every prim count to win a prize! Have fun and keep watching these clues.