Chouchou — The New New Wave of SL Art

by Alphaville Herald on 13/08/08 at 9:38 pm

by lizsolo Mathilde

8 Responses to “Chouchou — The New New Wave of SL Art”

  1. Eris

    Aug 14th, 2008

    Maybe just me, but that reminds me a lot of Fumito Ueda’s ICO on the PS2 – and that’s a really cool thing to be reminded of…

  2. Alyx Stoklitsky

    Aug 14th, 2008

    I think I prefer the PN videos.

  3. cube republic

    Aug 14th, 2008

    That was really nice :)

  4. dfsafsaffsdafsda

    Aug 14th, 2008

    Not enough dongs.

  5. Aree Lulibub

    Aug 17th, 2008

    Beautiful movie. It’s about time this rag posted something of value. Keep it up.

  6. Sigmund Leominster

    Aug 17th, 2008

    Videos like this remind me just how crap my computer is. They make me yearn for a faster processor, a larger monitor, a video card that actually works, and more RAM than a Viagra-fueled orgy on a sheep farm. I’m missing SO much of Second Life’s visual capabilities and that sucks.

    Kudos for the video, no matter what the cynics may say. Leveraging the potential of the virtual world for artistic purposes is not a bad thing.

    Unless you’re writing poetry ;)

  7. dick burns

    Aug 17th, 2008


    have you seen the great box raid of 2008? now that is art…

  8. Bunny Brickworks

    Aug 18th, 2008

    Thank you for posting this video. I visited Chouchou a while ago to take some pictures and was immediately caught by the atmosphere and beauty of this place. With all those ad farms, club and store stuffed places, the usual urban scenery and all other major eyesores, it is a good thing to find a place here and there that leaves some room for imagination. Chouchou is only one example, I would recommend you visit La Reve, too. Well, only if you’re not allergic to the color purple that is.

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