Unadecal Masala: personally, I am a sucker for wrists
The Jukebox was invented by Louis Glass, and the first commercial use of this iconic music maker was in 1889, in the city of San Francisco. An intriguing and beautiful invention, it brought together technology and art in one magical box, very much like the two builds we visited this week, in two completely different styles, but both pretty mindblowing!
|Aphra Hendrix at Jukebox|
We visited Coopersville on Kitely, the enormous Edwardian region owned by Koshari Mahana, where you can enjoy a wide range of activities, from ballooning to old time movies to bumper cars, all in a perfect historical setting. Before that, we jumped over to Cherry Manga's brand new Jukebox installation, on CopyKat grid.
Complete hypergrid addresses are, as always, at the end of this post.
Using Advanced Lighting, which enhances immensely their complexity and beauty, each installation is accompanied by a piece of music that is significant to the theme of the build. Use the retro Jukebox as a teleporter to move around the various rooms!
|Cherry Manga on Jukebox|