Mikati Slade (Japan) : [e-mail] email@example.com
The ATOMIC bomb changed the Japanese people forever.
8-bit console games are a loving part of Japan’s POP culture nowadays.
I felt that both the atomic bomb and the 8-bit consoles are powerful symbols of 20th century’s civilization, at least as experienced by the Japanese people.
And, so, POP ATOMIC was born.
Enjoy it. Arigato^^
Emily Lang (Greece) : [e-mail] firstname.lastname@example.org
Mikati has been a long-time business partner and friend.
She talked to me about her concept for this year’s Burn2 event.
I loved it and asked her if she needed any help.
Luckily she did and I contributed my part 🙂
Posted by Second Life Resident Torley Linden. Visit Burning Man-Black Rock.
Posted by ▓▒░ TORLEY ░▒▓ on 2010-10-21 08:02:35
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