Friday, March 25, 2016

Great Second Life Destinations: Entropy III at LEA 16: Street, A Charming and Quirky Urban Environment

Natas Janus' Entropy III is a collections of individual art installations at LEA 16 that are well done and unique individual destinations. Yesterday, we reviewed Meat Mountain, a startling environment of composed prime grained beef, sugary sweets, and hard core drugs that can put a shudder through anyone concerned about the their life span.  We are reviewing Street in this post, a charming  urban environment that also functions as a gift shop (all items are at no charge) for the installation.

Street yields surprises at every turn. A smiling moon illuminates the Street urban landscape. Graffiti and garbage add ambience to street, as does a passed out drunk in the gutter. Fun animations, including one that simulates a gun being pointed at your head yield interesting photographic opportunities. Make sure to visit building interiors on site, including Absinthe, a glowing chartreuse colored dive and a spooky candle lit satanic church. I highly recommend that you visit this, and the other art installations at Entropy III which will shortly be opening.

To visit:

SLurl to Street (and Giftshop):

SLurl to Arrival area and Central Portal to visit other installations:

SLurl to Meat Mountain, another Entropy III installation, which I reviewed here yesterday:

To see yesterday's post on Meat Mountain, another great installation at Entropy III:

See my review and photography from Entropy 2, the 2015 installation by Natas Janus, in two posts here:

My reviews of concurrent art installations at LEA Sims that you can visit now:

LEA 2: Funky Junk

LEA 10: Cyberpolis, The Oracle

LEA 26: Heritage, Wrecks and Vestiges Fractals Exhibits:

Looking for more places to visit?

To see more of my coverage of great destinations to visit in Second Life (scroll down):

Check out Scoop It Second Life Destinations forr more great places to visit:

Check out the LEA Blog for current information on art installations:

I constructed the ainmated  GIFs above  from 19 individual frames each over at

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