Prim Perfect Meet the Designers: Second Spaces, R(S)W Home & Garden and Oceania Breedables

Yes, it’s another busy day for talks here at the Prim Perfect Pavilion on Home Expo 13 with three Meet the Designer talks with a variety of people participating!  First, at 4.30, we have Elle Kirshner of Second Spaces, who will be talking to Cinders Vale, and then at 6pm we have Robin Soujouner of R(S)W Home & Garden and Cortez Brandriss of Oceania Breedables, who will be talking to Angie Mornington.

Meet the Designer: Elle Kirshner of Second Spaces
Meet the Designer: Elle Kirshner of Second Spaces

Elle Kirshner is well known as the designer/owner of Second Spaces – and one of the moving forces behind the very successful Spruce Up Your Space programme. She also writes the highly readable Second Spaces blog which doesn’t only promote her own products, but which regularly provides great reviews of all things Home and Garden in Second Life.

Robin Sojourner of R(S)W Home & Garden and Cortez Brandriss of Oceania Breedables
Robin Sojourner of R(S)W Home & Garden and Cortez Brandriss of Oceania Breedables

Robin Sojourner, well-known for her beautiful creations at R(S)W Home & Garden (have you seen her quilts? her tea services?), is now going to to talking about working with mesh. And joining her to talk to Angie Mornington will be Cortez Brandriss of Oceania Breedables – a new breedable that sill shortly be released in Second Life.  Cortez will be talking about that – and about the future of mesh in breedables.

We have a very full programme of Designers appearing at our Pavilion over the ten days of the Expo, every day at 2pm and 4pm (with a couple of talks at 12 noon and 4.30 pm. You can see the full schedule of planned talks here.

Watching the lanterns rise
Watching the lanterns rise

And don’t forget our daily release of Chinese Peace Lanterns every day at 4pm on the Prim Perfect stage area on Home Expo 13. Everyone is welcome to join us and release lanterns for friends and comrades – both those we cherish with us, and those who we have lost. Come along, set your viewer to sunset (as in the jigsaw) or midnight, and release you own lanterns! You can read more about it here.

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