Saturday, October 27, 2007


...Strawberry Holiday, an artist who is interested in spreading the word about interesting exhibits and places - to share experiences with anyone who has a desire to explore. When asked, "Why do you want to do this?" she said:

'Because there is so much fantastic art (besides mine, of course) in Second Life, and people always seem shocked and amazed when I show them new things. It'd be much more efficient to blog about it, rather than to teleport the 150 friends on my list to each build, or art piece individually.

Meeting so many people via. my latest installation, "A Fishbowl View..." has made me realize I do have something to contribute to the SL art world, more than just making stuff.. because though there's awareness in certain aspects of SL, there isn't to the everyday avatar.'

Welcome, Strawberry!

Toxic Garden Rezzable

Toxic Garden Rezzable is an extremely well designed prim build. Wandering around this overgrown garden overflowing with mutated garden life and genetically altered insect species, you feel like you're trapped on the home planet of Audrey 2 from Little Shop of Horrors.

A combination of prim trees and texture shrubberies creates a complex landscape to house a drowning statue of liberty, a series of foundry/reactor buildings, a train, and a vast system of tunnels and sewage.

You'll need to find your way along a path, starting out in a dank entryway that leads you through a forest of plants writhing with moss and slime. A trail will lead you around to a plethora of delightful prim builds as long as you don't get bitten by the toxic ant-like creatures; you'll find one surprisingly well done build after another.

The Toxic Garden is another must-see build in the growing collection of Steampunk sims, but be prepared to face the challenges of toxic poisons in the air and ground which suddenly overwhelm you and send you back to your home sim.

Find Toxic Garden Rezzable at

by Strawberry Holiday