Elegance in Chains

Elegance in Chains

The RL married team of Maximillion Grant and Polly Pavlova is truly a wonderful story in SL. The family behind the Logo brand, with Maximillion making skins (and the wonderful Logo Infinity Skins Custom Skin Creator) and Polly creating virtual jewelry, is a testament to the power of two.

Elegance in Chains

The two do not only derive income from their work in SL. Max is a music composer for commercial projects. And Polly creates jewelry pieces similar to those she sells in SL for her brand, Elegance in Chains, which she sells in Etsy.

A few months ago, Polly sent me a bracelet through the mail to share her RL work with me. I was thrilled to receive it, especially since it closely resembled a bracelet and necklace I had in SL made by Polly, which I found astounding when I first saw it. The RL example is equally as astounding. (Yes, I am not a RL fashion blogger… please ignore my rather poor, quickly taken photo.)

Elegance in Chains

If you want to purchase one of Polly’s pieces in world, make sure you find Logo at the Jewelry Fair, which is going on Sept. 16-25 (link through below to the Jewelry Fair website).


Elegance in Chains

If you want to purchase a real piece from Polly, link through on the photo of the  Byzantine Chainmaille Necklace Royal Purple and Stainless Steel.

Elegance in Chains

My look gets a lot of goodness from this beautiful top from Neferia Abel. I love the intense colors, the silhouette and shininess, and the pure joy of it. I wear with cigarette pants from Drinkenstine Sorbet in a neutral navy to let the top pop. My hair is a glorious tumble of waves and curls from Mirja Mills, a new one from her. And my skin is a new one from Marisa Feila, which I will talk more about in another blog.

Elegance in Chains

My shoes are also available at the Jewelry Fair. Made by Michiko Avon, these cute little flats include a hud for resizing and one for changing the colors of individual elements of the shoe.

Elegance in Chains

Hair: .:EMO-tions:. * FINYA * /darkbrown by Mirja Mills for .:EMO-tions:.

Skin: [MyDear]Damita Skin– Sunkiss #6 by Marisa Feila for [MyDear] *

Eyes: FASHISM ‘Sunrise’ Eyes – Deep Blue (ML) by Ikon Innovia for FASHISM *

Top: -L`Abel-Sivine blue top by Neferia Abel for L’Abel *

Pants: The Sea Hole – Soto Cigarette Pants (w/belt)  Navy by Drinkenstine Sorbet for The Sea Hole

Jewelry: LOGO Byzantine Graduated Necklace Gold and LOGO Byzantine Bracelet Silver L by Polly Pavlova for LOGO, available at the Jewelry Fair *

RL Jewelry: Byzantine Chainmaille Bracelet Royal Purple and Stainless Steel by Polly Pavlova for Elegance in Chains on Etsy

Shoes: +M’s Avon+Brown flat shoes by Michiko Avon for +M’s, available at the Jewelry Fair *

Do NOT forget to go to the SL Forums on Monday, September 19, from 9 am to 4 pm, to chat with me about fashion. Let’s burn up the Forums!

Helplessness Blues

Helplessness Blues

I was raised up believing I was somehow unique
Like a snowflake distinct among snowflakes, unique in each way you can see
And now after some thinking, I’d say I’d rather be
A functioning cog in some great machinery serving something beyond me

~ “Helplessness Blues” by Fleet Foxes

Helplessness Blues

I have no idea why I posted lyrics to a song about existential crisis, but since it’s the general story of my life, I think it’s apt. The song is rather beautiful as well.

Consider this, however. When you are in SL, what are you doing? Are you a “cog in this great machinery” and how are you contributing? Did you give a good word to someone today, did you bring beauty into SL, did you make even SL a better place?

Zalyn Bailey brought something beautiful into SL with this outfit. I am absolutely gobsmacked by it—she has it all here. First let’s start with the Joan dress with its alien animal print and asymmetrical skirt with fluffery. The silhouette is sexy, sophisticated and fun and her texture work is incredible—the seams are.. well almost not there. Then the Annika Jacket is a quilted beauty with a terrific shape in the bodice and sleeves and awesome purple lace. Her use of sculpties in this jacket is perfect—the sleeves look like they are integrated perfect, which is so hard to do,and the textures are subtle enough that any juncture flaws are unnoticeable. Finally she tops it with this gorgeous scarf and fishnets. This has to be one of my favorite ensembles from the Modavia Fashion Week and probably will be one of my favorite in SL.

Helplessness Blues

Finally, Tricky Boucher has definitely made SL a happier place. Today he released his group gift for Belleza, the gorgeous Chloe skin. Comments in the Skin Addiction group were overwhelmingly positive. I would say the skin is luminous with Tricky’s typical exacting detail from top to bottom (yes I looked and I have to say, his elbows rock). Yes, the grid is smiling today.

My hair is a new one from Kavar Cleanslate, who always rocks these asymmetrical hair styles. This outfit needs something a little edgy and this cut does it. My eyes are from Audrey Lamede, who is offering a variety of interesting and cutting edge eyes for avatars. With their pinprick irises, these eyes are for girls who have the spotlight right on them.

Helplessness Blues

But I don’t, I don’t know what that will be
I’ll get back to you someday soon you will see

Hair: ::Exile:: Jaela:Roots-Mystery by Kavar Cleanslate for Exile *

Skin: -Belleza- Chloe Med Group gift by Tricky Boucher for –Belleza-

Eyes: .ID. Light Sensitive/Basic – Dark Green by Audrey Lamede for Insufferable Dastard

Jacket: *VoguE* Annika Jacket by Zalyn Bailey for *VoguE*

Skirt: *VoguE* Joan Skirt by Zalyn Bailey for *VoguE*

Scarf: *VoguE* Sharmine Stole ~ Lavender by Zalyn Bailey for *VoguE*

Earrings:  ~IT~ Sylvan’s  Amethyst Earring by Una Basevi for Iron Tiger, available at the Jewelry Fair *

Boots: .*Courtisane*. La Vivien /Blacks by LeeZu Baxter and Enktan Gully for Courtisane (no longer available)

Not a Thing to Wear

Not a Thing to Wear

But I do mean to say, I have heard her declare,
When at the same moment she had on a dress
Which cost five hundred dollars, and not a cent less,
And jewelry worth ten times more, I should guess,
That she had not a thing in the wide world to wear!

~ William Allen Butler

Not a Thing to Wear

What does a girl do when she doesn’t have a thing to wear? She goes shopping, of course! If she’s a smart girl, she runs out to get this gorgeous dress from Agnes Finney, a new release in her store. With its peek-a-boo lace bodice and swirling translucent skirt, it is a breathtaking dress for the girl who can never have enough.

Not a Thing to Wear

My skin is Mallory Cowen’s newest. I love the glow that she always gets and the beautiful makeup. My sculptural updo is from Tabata Jewell, a statement hair that shows off my fine jewelry (which is what this blog is really about).

Not a Thing to Wear

The shopping event of the week is, of course, Jewelry Fair, benefiting Oxfam International, and if you have nothing to wear (like me), you need to get over there. With four fantastical sims (representing the Four Elements) and over 100 booths, it’s a treasure trove of jewelry and will be open from September 16 to 25, so if you’re waiting for payday or can’t stand crowds, hold off a few days and enjoy the fair with fewer folks around.

The most interesting part, for me, will be the one-of-a-kind auction items. I can’t emphasize enough what a treasure my unique pieces are to me (including a necklace I won at a previous Jewelry Fair auction made by ThomasP Felisimo, who is no longer designing in SL). I saw some truly fantastic sets up for auction, and they would make fabulous treasured gifts for a loved one or friend or an indulgence for yourself while benefiting a worthy charity. (The auction piece in the middle there, from Tiffy Vella of Eclectica—that’s gonna be mine. Outbid me if you dare.)

Jewelry Fair 2011

The necklace and earrings I wear are from Tiffy Vella, in fact. Tiffy has always amazed me with her deft manipulation of nano prims and her beautiful vision of what they can become. Close examination of these pieces show beautiful textures and an amazing eye for symmetry and space. Go to her booth and you will see part of the earring on my ear in large form. It’s a sight to behold.

While I would love to announce my engagement, I am sorry to say, no such thing has happened. I am wearing a ring from Mericatherine Quinnell, a truly elegant piece that has very subtle bling (which you can turn off). The ring and diamonds are beautifully textured and set in perfectly rendered sculpty prongs. If anyone would present me with such a ring, I’d say, “Get me to the church on time!”

Not a Thing to Wear

Jewelry takes people’s minds off your wrinkles. ~ Sonja Henie

Hair: Vanity Hair:Gala HP-Noir with Vanity hair base Noir by Tabata Jewell for Vanity Hair

Skin: LAQ ~ Thea [Peach] 04 by Mallory Cowen for Laqroki

Eyes: FASHISM ‘Sunrise’ Eyes – Pale Blue (ML) by Ikon Innovia for FASHISM *

Dress: Agnes Ingrid Black Silver by Agnes Finney for Agnes Finney *

Necklace and earrings: Eclectica “Opulence” necklace-Pewter and Eclectica “Opulence” earring-Pewter by Tiffy Vella for Eclectica, available at the Jewelry Fair 2011 *

Ring: Exquisite Princess Royal Platinum Diamond  Ring by Mericatherine Quinnell for Exquisite Jewellery, available at the Jewelry Fair 2011 *

Shoes: R2 “Kaimana” Black&Silver by rei2 Aya for R2 Fashion


Fashion Flogger

Want to know where I got this title? Read carefully below….

Linden Lab recently announced an event where “Fashion Experts” will be chatting with folks, answering questions, and posing some of their own in the SL Forums. I was chosen to be one of those Fashion Experts (among a pretty august group of bloggers and SL fashion leaders), so it was quite an honor for me. On Monday, September 19, from 9 am slt to 4 pm slt, I will be available to answer questions, bring up topics, and generally have fun. I really hope you can join me.

That being said, the question is where is this event going on and what does it mean? The “event” is taking place in the Fashion Forums for SL, rather than a place in-world, which is a new kind of “event” for SL it seems.

Now, I have to admit I am not a Forums regular.. I simply spend too much time IN world to be on the forums. However there are lots of people who LOVE SL who might be sitting at a desk or in a coffeeshop where they can’t log in to SL but still want to get their fix or might be online when friends aren’t and want to talk to others, and those are the folks using the forums most actively. I am joining in on Monday to see what fun we can make in the Forums.

This is a really brief and wholly incomplete tutorial about how to participate in the Forums (because I am hoping you’ll log in some time on Monday to speak to me and participate).

To get there, either link through here or go to the Second Life community portal and make sure you sign in. If you go to the portal, you will see this. Click on the forum file tab:

Fashion Flogger

Scroll down and click on “Fashion.” That’s where we’ll be.

Fashion Flogger

Look for posts with my name (“Harper Beresford,” in case you forgot). I’ll be posing topics, asking questions, and commenting on other posts.

Fashion Flogger

To read my post, click on the subject (in this case, “Hi everyone!”) and hit reply.

Fashion Flogger

You’ll see the following screen and in there you can post photos, links, emoticons—anything your heart desires. I REALLY hope to see some photos because we want to make this a fashion free-for-all in the forums.

Fashion Flogger

In sum:

Join me, Harper Beresford, Fashion Expert, Monday September 19, from 9 am slt to 4 pm slt, to discuss fashion, fun and life. Bring your photos, links, and let’s burn the Forums up!

P.S. Want to know how I made that spiffy badge on the left? Read this awesome Forum post.

I’ll see you there!

P.P.S. Thank you, Wildcat Furse, Forum Advisor, for your help :))

My Sweet Adversary

My Sweet Adversary

Like a virus needs a body
As soft tissue feeds on blood
Some day I’ll find you, one day I’m there…

The perfect match, you and me
I adapt, contagious
You open up, say welcome

My Sweet Adversary

Getting a package from monica Outlander’s Black Label is like opening a new Bjork album. You’re not quite sure what you’re getting when you open it, you have to go over it several times, and then it all falls into place and it becomes something you adore. I have been listening to Bjork’s new releases for Biophilia and loving them. I opened Monica’s Chod collection for Modavia Fashion week and began to love it too.

The centerpoint of the collection are these feathered claw-shaped cuffs in the outfit. First they reminded me of Cookie Monster hands (sorry but he had those wispy paws), then crab claws and then I understood the point of these feathered long cuffs. She has made a variety of body suits with this cuff on it, and they are very beguiling once you start wearing them. I took many photos—more than you see here—and loved how the cuffs extended my arms to make me a sort of feathered otherperson. This jacket is presumably for men (modeled by Winter Jefferson in the ads) but I thought I could pull it off as well, especially tying it with some almost butch but sexy boot/pants hanging off my hips from LeeZu Baxter.

My Sweet Adversary

My headpiece is also from Monica and probably not intended to be worn with hair, but I like having multiple attachments on one point and I wore a ‘hawk from Fhaya Denimore, reflecting the plumage of the jacket. Monica’s headpiece is elegant with its head tattoo and built-in eye makeup. The skin I am wearing, believe it or not, is one of Mallory Cowen’s newest. (Believe it or not because generally her skins show up more frequently on “pretty” girls with ballgowns, not on semi-androgynous feathered otherpeople, but I think it gives this outfit more sex appeal.) My gorgeous eyes are from.. who else? Ikon Innovia.

My Sweet Adversary

The perfect match, you and I
You fail to resist
My crystalline charm, you do

Like a virus, patient hunter
I’m waiting for you, I’m starving for you

My sweet adversary…

~ “Virus” by Bjork

Hair: [OH] :::(o_x)::: oh my  mohawk- BL by Fhaya Denimore for hair Oh

Headdress: MIAMAI_[BL]_ChodCollection_Headdress Rosed by monica Outlander for Miamai, available at Modavia Fashion Week *

Skin: LAQ ~ Thea [Peach] 02 by Mallory Cowen for Laqroki

Eyes: FASHISM ‘Sunrise’ Eyes – Deep Eggplant (ML) by Ikon Innovia for FASHISM *

Jacket: MIAMAI_[BL]_ChodCollection_Skanda by monica Outlander for Miamai, available at Modavia Fashion Week *

Pants with Boots: [LeeZu!] Florentine High Heel Pants /black by LeeZu Baxter for LeeZu! *

The Girl from Ipanema

The Girl from Ipanema

While the summer wanes in my part of the world, winter is wrapping up in another part of the world.

The Girl from Ipanema

AvaGardner Kungler brings a breath of tropical spring from Brazil to one of her new fall collection pieces for Modavia Fashion Week. With breathtaking graphic artistry, Ava imprints this gown with a lush, almost abstract floral pattern with a psychedelic color scheme. What makes her work more amazing is that she has high and low lights in the fabric. I genuinely feel as if I am wearing the richest, heaviest satin with the finest sheen. And she uses prims to their best advantage, here making feathered cap sleeves. It’s a magnificent dress.

The Girl from Ipanema

I show this dress with a bargain I found at Miah McAuley’s. I love this redheaded complexion, the paleness of the skin and the gentle features. It’s sophisticated but not overdone. My hair is one of Tabata Jewell’s bold constructions with a hairbase to match. Jewelry is also from AvaGardner Kungler, and featured at the Modavia Fashion Show. As always Ava has wrought fine pieces with statement.

The Girl from Ipanema

When she walks, she’s like a samba
that swings so cool and sways so gently
That when she passes,
each one she passes
goes – aah

~ “The Girl from Ipanema” as sung by Astrud Gilberto with Stan Getz

Hair: Vanity hair:Uthopia HP-Feux with Vanity hair base Feux by Tabata Jewell for Vanity Hair

Skin: Belle-med-Db-08 by Miah McAuley for Natural Beauty

Eyes: FASHISM ‘Sunrise’ Eyes – Light Absinthe (ML) by Ikon Innovia for FASHISM *

Dress: (Kunglers) Leona – Teal gown by AvaGardner Kungler for Kunglers Extra, available at Modavia Fashion Week*

Nails: [ Love Soul ] Posing nail*Oval-Metallic* by BlueStarRUI Villota for [Love Soul]

Jewelry: (Kunglers Extra) Amanra – Silver by AvaGardner Kungler for Kunglers Extra, available at Modavia Fashion Week*

Vampire Weekend

Vampire Weekend

I know it’s a little premature but the days are getting shorter with nightfall coming sooner. A full moon is in the offing in a day or two, so this look seemed appropriate for a vampire weekend.

Vampire Weekend

I really love this little dress from Moonbubble Gothly with its ruffled sleeves and legs. The best part is the texture she has on the dress itself—something speckled randomly like feathers almost with touches of red here and there. I love the low cut front. I can see many a gothy girl looking dangerously sexy in this. I dressed it up with fishnets and a new collar from Matchbook Monday with tiny little spikes and a convenient leash ring in front.

My boots are sex-on-a-stick knee high buckled and laced wonders from Paul Lapointe. With a resize script that adjusts for length, width and height separately, the boots can be made to fit just perfectly.

Vampire Weekend

My skin is red lips layered over pale skin. I goofed and wore lips from the wrong skin tone but it came out ok. I love Monicuzza Babenco’s newest lips—the small curve to the smile offsets those frowny faces out there. My hair is a moody bangs-in-the-face wavy wild from Neveah Niu that suited this look ideally.

Vampire Weekend

Under every full moon, memories stir of the dreamers we were. ~ Robert Brault

Hair: ICONIC Heather IIMonoTonePack by Neveah Niu for ICONIC *

Skin: *YS & YS* Veronica 10 Passion with *YS & YS* Terry Lips Blood Mat by Monicuzza Babenco for *YS & YS* *

Eyes: FASHISM ‘Sunrise’ Eyes – Black (ML) by Ikon Innovia for FASHISM *

Dress: [ bubble ] Zombie Night-walker by Moonbubble Gothly for [bubble] *

Stockings: *Punch Drunk*Rock Star Fishnets by Iris Seale for *Punch Drunk* (no longer available)

Collar: : Amorous : Nadir (Choker/Spine) by Matchbook Monday for Amorous *

Boots: .:L&B:. “Elise” Knee Boot Set:NOIR by Paul LaPointe for Lapointe & Bastchild *

Spoiled Rotten


“All charming people, I fancy, are spoiled. It is the secret of their attraction.” ~ Oscar Wilde


Mami Jewell has spoiled me. Actually she has decided to spoil all of us. Through the end of the month, Mami is offering 45 of her designs exclusively colored to celebrate the grand reopening of her store. She generously allowed me to wander among her beautiful creations and try on several of them, luxuriating in the glorious textures, the gorgeous silhouettes, and the exactingly crafted and tailored prims. I also got to see the development of Mami from an apprentice designer to a full-fledged powerhouse.

This is one of the many dresses for sale, an ethereal beauty with flowers trailing down the bodice into the skirt. It’s a great example of what makes Mami’s work so fabulous—the combination of lace, satin, flowers and sheer swirling prims. With her deft use of prims to make skirts and sleeves, her great flexi settings and her judicious use of ornamentation, Mami has established a brand that always delivers elegance and sexiness.


My skin is another from Gala Phoenix’s latest line of new releases. This one, an add-on set to her Jasmine skins, includes another whole line of makeups. I have to remark that this is worn on my usual shape and because of Gala’s fine work, it has the look of an East Asian woman even though I have not modified my shape. My hair is one of Truth’s latest releases.


Elegance and beauty—perfection!

Hair: >TRUTH< Ricci – night with >TRUTH< Ricci Flower 2 by Truth Hawks for >TRUTH<

Skin: :GP: Honey [Light] Jasmine 2-Moon Shadow 1 by Gala Phoenix for Curio *

Eyes: FASHISM ‘Sunrise’ Eyes – Deep Brown (ML) by Ikon Innovia for FASHISM *

Dress: -AZUL- Tania/Limited 2011Aug(MVW2011 4th Ruuner-up/Miss Russia)  by Mami Jewell for –AZUL- *

Shoes: *COCO*_AnkleStrapSandals_White by cocoro Lemon for COCO

The Old Standby

The Old Standby

I don’t know about you, but I have some old standbys from my life in SL that always seem to suit. They define my idea of elegance, style and beauty. I decided to dig one out today so I could look pretty and show some new things.

The Old Standby

My old standby is this gorgeous dress from Sissy Pessoa. She made this in what I consider the second part of her career in SL—after she had moved from completely photosourcing everything and had some substantial skills in SL but before she opened her own sim. At that time, I would go to her store and gaze longingly at the many dresses and outfits. This dress was one of my precious purchases. With its absolutely exquisite bodice system piece and three choices of skirt and leg ruffles plus hair piece, it was a very versatile outfit. However, I normally chose to wear it in this minimal manner with system top and bottom and flexi skirt. This skirt has a lot of romance and movement and Sissy employed that perfectly with her transparent lace textures and skirt design. I always feel stunning in this “old standby.”

The Old Standby

I dress it up with another one of Gala Phoenix’s new skins. (I know I keep showing them—she has just come out with tons of them, all absolutely delicious.) I find her current face breathtaking. Check out the subtle glitter on the eyes, the tiny highlight on the top of the lips, the perfectly groomed hairs in the eyebrows, the graceful clavicle. Amazing.

My hair is part of a bundle of new releases from Queue Marlowe. The one, named after a regular in the Fashion Emergency group, Ladonna Upshaw, is a pile of perfectly built and rendered pin curls. The way Queue has made this so that it sweeps up and gathers around the back of the head is fantastic. Her blonde textures are bright and beautiful (no more full bright) and her new styles are sexy and contemporary. I feel absolutely gorgeous.

The Old Standby

Elegance does not consist in putting on a new dress. ~ Coco Chanel

Hair: ladonna seashell by Queue Marlowe for Analog Dog *

Skin: :GP: Sundust [Light] Lustre 2-Brandy 2 by Gala Phoenix for Curio *

Eyes: FASHISM ‘Sunrise’ Eyes – Deep Absinthe (S) by Ikon Innovia for FASHISM *

Dress: (Baiastice) West lace by Sissy Pessoa for Baiastice

Jewelry: : Amorous : Organic Earrings and Bracelet by Matchbook Monday for Amorous *

Shoes: Maitreya Gold – IXkin Champagne by Onyx LeShelle for Maitreya Gold

Mrs. Veronique Portsbee

Mrs. Veronique Portsbee

During World War II, several technologies were developed—ENIAC, the atomic bomb, and unknown to all but a few Americans, prosthetic robotics. This technology, developed to help injured soldiers, aimed to utilize the robotics recently developed in an underground bunker positioned under the football field of Wichita State University. Mrs. Veronique Portsbee of Garden City, Kansas, become the test recipient of the robotic legs that were developed after her legs were lost to an unfortunate accident during her work for the French Resistance.

She and her family were sworn to silence, and she was unable to leave her home using the legs to preserve secrecy. However, she enjoyed a relatively happy and quiet existence in her beautiful new “Space Age” postwar home, given to her with many other generous benefits, by the Government of the United States.

Mrs. Veronique Portsbee passed away last Wednesday. Her obituary said, “Mrs. Veronique Portsbee, age 89, joined her husband, Harold, in eternal rest. She is survived by her children, Alan Portsbee and Barbara Knutson, grandchildren Rebecca, Steven, Renee, and Dawn, and great-grandchildren Connor and Tyler. She was active in the Garden City Women’s Club and donated time at the Lee Richardson Zoo. Memorials may be sent to the Zoo.”

Her legs, and the technology that created them, were buried quietly with her in Valley View Cemetery.

Mrs. Veronique Portsbee

These rare photos, taken by her son with his new 35mm camera in her kitchen in Garden City, Kansas, were processed on authentic Kodachrome. Her dress, purchased by her husband to celebrate her 33rd birthday, is a boutique item from Neferia Abel. With its beautiful skirt and bolero over a lace bodice, cinched at the waist by a smart belt, it is the perfect dress for a woman in the mid-50s. She wears her favorite pearls from Sonatta Morales and of course, her prosthetic legs, custom engineered for her comfort by Hern Worsley.

Mrs. Veronique Portsbee

Her hair was styled and colored perfectly by Kin Keiko in a curly, nicely shaped cut. (She does not wear the prosthetics when people come to her home. A blanket covers what’s left of her bodily legs.) Her makeup, courtesy of Monicuzza Babenco, is a splurge—she loves to look pretty, especially when she can show off her baby blues from Ikon Innovia. When all is said and done, it was a good life.

Mrs. Veronique Portsbee

She made the best cream puffs, her grandson said at her funeral.

Hair: kin-Jennifer-[red] by Kin Keiko for kin

Skin: *YS & YS* Desiree 05 Happy with *YS & YS* Desiree Lips Sensual by Monicuzza Babenco for *YS & YS* *

Eyes: FASHISM ‘Sunrise’ Eyes – Pale Blue (ML) by Ikon Innovia for FASHISM *

Dress: ~Ivalde~Anja blue dress by Neferia Abel for ~Ivalde~ *

Jewelry: Three strand pearls necklace and Four Strand Pearls Bracelet by Sonatta Morales for Sonatta Morales

Prosthetics: AVZ ~ Mekahooves ~~ by Hern Worsley for AVZ

Taken at artilleri

Read and listen to this much more inspirational story about Hugh Herr, a double amputee and director of the Biomechatronics Group at MIT about the development of real prosthetic devices.