Designing Worlds celebrates the style of Second Life for Thanksgiving!

Outside the The Thanksgiving House
Outside the The Thanksgiving House

Join us at 2pm SLT today, Monday 25th November, for Designing Worlds at our studio in Garden of Dreams for a very special show to celebrate the creativity of Second life design!

Thanksgiving (and the US Thanksgiving happens this Thursday) is a time for giving thanks – and so this year for our annual Thanksgiving show, we decided to give thanks for the amazing design work that is being carried out in mesh.

The Thanksgiving Dinner
The Thanksgiving Dinner

To do this, we asked the team behind the group Mesh Creative to host our Thanksgiving Dinner, in a house specially created, landscaped and furnished for this very special occasion!

We were joined by Loz Hyde of Meshworx, Cain Maven of Maven Homes and Quantum Luxury Designs, Maxwell Graf of Rustica, Lilith Heart of Heart Botanicals and Pamela Galli of La Galleria, while Samantha Ohrberg acted as cat herder! Other designers whose work appears on the show include Froukje Hoorenbeeke of Dutchie, Domineax Prospero of The Domineaux Effect and Isla Gealach of Cheeky Pea, among others. And the walls are decorated with some beautiful Second Life Art.

Inside the Thanksgiving House
Inside the Thanksgiving House

There’s some fantastic creativity on display here – and many reasons to be thankful for the amazingly creative designers of Second Life! So … do join us at 2pm today.

Or – if you can’t attend in person – tune in to the web at 2pm SLT on Monday for a special showing on Aview TV – or catch it later in the week on our shows page on the web site at – or on the Designing Worlds blog – our very own version of the iPlayer!

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