Author Archives: Persia Bravin

in living colour: Fiona Leitner

By Persia Bravin Dutch artist Fiona Leitner is a woman who glorifies colour in her work. Her exuberant, vivid, and usually massive canvases feature multi-layered composite snapshots of SecondLife™ locations and sculptures which are almost rendered unrecognisable due to heavy … Continue reading

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deconstructing a dynamic duo

By Persia Bravin It’s not often that you get a glimpse of the furtive creative processes and intricate working relationships of Second Life artists. They tend to be elusive creatures; happiest toiling away in splendid isolation, hidden away on secret … Continue reading

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hope in art

By Persia Bravin On March 11th 2011, the world watched in horror as the earthquake and resulting tsunami ripped apart north-east Japan; decimating homes, destroying lives and plunging the country to the brink of nuclear meltdown. As the catastrophic events … Continue reading

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mik frequency – always in phase

Some things in life are worth experiencing slowly. Give me an intense shot of Italian, gently percolated espresso over a sterile, dull tasting, instant takeout any day; give me the undeniably sensual thrill of a languorous, three hour lunch as … Continue reading

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the history of persia

Chrome Underwood is one of those rare men who are impossible to refuse. Maybe it’s his potent mixture of charisma combined with bona fide artistic talent, or perhaps his innate ability to tap into the art zeitgeist of virtual worlds. … Continue reading

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