3. March 2010 02:04
Another stunning series of images by Carthalis Rossini from the gorgeous futuristic sim pteron.
6. February 2010 01:22
Carthalis Rossini has created a small but incredible album of images with a Cuban theme. The images are lush, romantic and passionate, like so much of Carthalis' work. I hope there will be more images added, but if not, it is still a fantastic album.
12. December 2009 00:11
Ah the holiday season is keeping me a bit busy, but here once again is a collection of fantastic images from the past few days. In the interest of time, I am once again going to let the images speak for themselves.
Sapphire Weatherwax ~ The Hollow
29. November 2009 03:36
Argent Stonecutter ~ Sculpty Abuse
There is a simplicity about this image that I love, and the glow effect is beautiful.
22. November 2009 03:02
Carthalis Rossini's Addictive album features dramatic black and white images, many with a hint of spot color on them. The images are incredibly stylish and fascinating. Carthalis continues to use SL as an expression of his art, and it is reflected in all his work. I look forward always to see what he does next.
19. November 2009 14:30
Carthalis Rossini ~ Zen Store
Carthalis continues to take such dramatic and beautiful shots, and this unusual build is no exception.
18. November 2009 04:49
Opensource Obscure ~ sick5
This is a very cool image from the sick5 sim, the source of many great images.
13. November 2009 23:16
One of the things I really enjoy about Snapzilla is finding someone who takes amazing images, and watching them evolve over time. Carthalis Rossini is one of those people. I attended a photo exhibit of his work in the beautiful WaterWay New York sim. The framed images were arranged on easels along the entire waterfront promenade. Each image chosen for the exhibit was incredibly evocative.
The event also featured the gorgeous live music of the Spanish/Argentinean group Engrama, and it was the perfect complement to the images. You can listen to their music on their blog.
I am glad I got to attend, the artwork, music, environment and people there were all incredible. I?m not sure how long the exhibition will be open, but you should definitely check it out here.
This was the event announcement: