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What does "AVENUEGE" mean? And how do you pronounce it?
For Frequently Asked Questions, look at bottom of this page!
Now available: Yoga4d:VRGM's Avenuege ArtCatalogue
Avenuege Shops to come, with: fashionable heels t-shirts leather
books things incl pc robots
Avenuege is the shop of Yoga4d:VRGM. What is Yoga4d? Much!
E.g.: Yoga4d:VRGM is into currency trading: genifun.com
..and we develop robotstuff: genifun.com/openrobotics
..and we support educational initiatives: intraplates.com
..and athletic initiatives: stamash.com
Avenuege concept established in 2015, with background development
of design concepts and art in 2016, and public Avenuege event
starting in 2017 with new book and original ballerina art for
sale, and some wine. Info as to next event: avenuege.com/art.
All industrial design, all fashion, has as its source the creative
lines of art:
First, some of the background, and legal stuff.
The AVENUEGE concept and associated logos and slogan as shown in image and in title
line of this AVENUEGE.com frontpage are trademarks enforced by use owned by the Avenuege
division of Yoga4d VRGM (von Reusch GameMakers), a privately owned company in Norway with
registration number 985230560. These slogans and these logos were created in 2015.
The image of the foundation painting by SRW shows them in a more or less artistic
form--the three cubes, the three arrows through open lines, and the double spirals
as if on a ballet shoe, also playing on the "A" in Avenuege; with the
slogans "Avenuege--AVENUE Gold Elegance" and "The Galaxy of Timeless Style" and,
"AVENUEGE.COM The concept of shoe ART", and the notion of "Ave Nu Ege",
the honoring of a new age or era--to indicate youth, shoes, fashion, fun, parties.
These slogans are used for t-shirts, shoes, leatherwear, and other fashionable
items and things, including electronics such as the Avenuege G15 PC
as designed and produced by Avenuege and by the owner of
Yoga4d:VRGM, Oslo, the company that owns the Avenuege concept.
Founder, owner, and maker of the name "Avenuege" is S Henning Bråten Weber Reusch,
artist name SRW, S.R. Weber, programmer and philosophical name Aristo Tacoma,
and an administrative contact email is email@example.com,
while all contact between Avenuege and customers connected to any concrete
sale is by means of personal contact in an Avenuege shop in the opening hours
in each case. In all cases, the Avenuege shops are made for a quality situation
of direct sales by cash of excellent items that you can hold in the hand and
approve of by this your first-hand experience -- something that sales through
a website cannot give. This ensures that you buy that which you want, in the
quantity which you want, and with a quality that you have yourself ascertained
before paying anything. As for refunds and so on, normal rules within each country
We accept that you pay for Avenuege wares via invoices
on the principle of trust, without digital checking of
credit scores or anything like that. We will also--as long
as there is any form of cash existing in the world--accept
cash payments, because we believe in that which you physically
can hold in the hand, as means of paying for that which you
can physically experience in a real shop in the real world
as superior to any over-digitalization of the shop concept.
Norwegian Avenuege events/stores: we accept phone-to-phone
payment via the Vipps app cfr vipps.no.
More about the pro-cash attitude to money:
On the beauty of cash: PRO CASH ..and on dangers of card oriented society: here.
The Avenuege items are in the range from luxury to more affordable items;
the element of gold is used elegantly in the cases when it is fashionable
and also stylish.
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
* Q: What does Avenuege mean?
A: It is one of those sounds we just happen to like.
It is a poetic sound, made on the spur of the moment
when we asked: suppose you were to make a design luxury fashion
high heels shop like Gucci only it is going to be called
something altogether different. Then what? Avenue Gold Excellence?
Way too long. AvenueGE? YES! Ave Nu Ege. Avenue G E. Good as gold.
With some comics associations to the Avenegers. You can make more
assocations if you like. Then we extended the concept of the fashion
shop so that it would have a component that is an art gallery.
* Q: Is AVE NU EGE a good way
to remember it? If so, what does that mean, then?
A: Ave Nu Ege is a brilliant way of remembering it. Okay, here's
a way of associating around that word: Ave, well, that's Ave as
when the Romans said Ave Caesar, right? It means to honor and so
on and so forth. Then NU is, of course, pronuncable as NEW. You
have for instance the NU SKIN products--they are amongst the many
using those two letters in that sense. Then EGE is a bit of a
mystery. Is it Ego? Maybe. Is it Age (as in New Age)? In the sense
of fashion's new era? Could well be. Or is it something glamorous,
the radiance you have at party nights when everything works out?
Oh surely that.
* Q: How do you say AVENUEGE exactly?
A: Any way you like. But there is one way in particular that
feels good. It is a word that was created in a Norwegian context
and so here's how to say it in Norwegian and I think it sounds
good in many other language environments as well:
AVEN as in AVENgers, the A sound as in fAther, E sound as in bEtter
then U as in yOU
then E with the E sound as in bEtter
then G as in Go ahead, Gold, etc
then E with the E sound as in bEtter
So these are the sounds in AVENUEGE.
Finally, the emphasis should be on the second
last vowel: AVENUE:GE
That is to say, the second last E is pleasantly long
* Q: Is it made for the love of it?
A: It may be in fashion that companies say that they do things for
the love of it more than for the money of it but clearly, only
some companies here and there do things for the love of it and
what they deliever in terms of quality and as what we can call
'the human factor' is superior to what all others provide.
So when you ask this question, you naturally want an honest
reply, not just the reply that some marketing departement has
constructed as proper verbal ornamentation around the company.
And this is the honest reply: this is to such an extent constructed
on the principle of doing what feels right to do, on the level of
gut feeling and by listening to the heart, that our business idea
is to go ahead without planning for income of this branch of the
Yoga4d:VRGM activities, at any rate soon. Rather, other branches,
in particular currency trading, are used also to sustain Avenuege.
And in that way, we can work slowly and plan the success of Avenuege
according to, say, a 30-year budget rather than gallop whimsically
the way companies do when they must deliever on the bottom line
according to, say, a 3-year budget. It's about having a good time,
and having great products made for the love of it, and if it also
can provide income, fine. If not, we have ways of handling that,
and we keep on sustaining Avenuege and growing it to the ripe
level it is supposed to get to, in a definite number of cities
and in certain places, taking as many years as we require.
Let us add to this that Avenuege is commercial in its very
long-term intent, also in this sense: what we do in Avenuege
events, as for Avenuege shops, and for Avenuege products, books,
art, fashion items, technology, etc, is at the highest commercial
level, in the sense of professionality, locations, etc.
* Q: What is this delicious chill-out
and electronica and such Avenuege has in its shops and events? I haven't
heard it anywhere else. Can I buy it?
A: Thank you for the compliment. It is Avenuege in-house composed
music. We don't sell that music, but consider it something that
characterises the splendid, fiest-like atmosphere that we like
to have, in all our arrangements (including Industrial Babes
arrangements). It is a gift to your own ears each time you visit
us. Now, to be precise, it doesn't try to fit in any of those
categories you mentioned, although some seconds or minutes
of them could be said to be just exactly those. The music has
an affinity to the muse impressionistic paintings, in how it
is made, and how it is meant to convey something which in a
harmonious and stimulating way goes beyond the often too-
mechanical rhythm that in some cases could people to sleep.
SRW has coined the phrase 'futuristic muse-impressionistic music',
or FMI music for it. It isn't meant to replace but merely
supplement the world of beautiful rhythmic music, but FMI
typically has much less, if anything, of drums or underlaying
strict counting of pace and such. It is here and there
'ambient', but then it is in other portions as 'unambient'
as can be, so that it enlivens rather than merely merges
with the wallpaper.
* Q: And the books? Can one get
them in bookstores and so on, or are they only sold at Avenuege?
A: You are right, there. They are only sold at Avenuege. They clearly
serve as 'attractors' to the place--the uniqueness of them--but
they are also, in a sense (as we consider it), works of art. We
also print inside which printing it is--is it first etc--and how
many books are printed each time, of each. They range from what
we can call "hard core science" to sheer spirituality and poetry,
from contemporary and classical ballet photo orientation to
contemporary dance in a freer sense, and are always rich in
philosophy. (And then there are yet more types of books, some
kept in transparent red boxes and sold only to those who can
prove that they are over eighteen, and then only if they signal
a clear interest in reading stuff no less daring than that of
Henry Miller and Anaiis Nin. These, too, are only sold in Avenuege
stores, and these typically don't even have ISBN numbers.)
The first Avenuege book, and often reprinted, is however a
journey into the concept of beauty that takes you through the
most eminent of the physics findings--relevant also for a
spiritual worldview--of the twentieth century, and beyond,
into the 21st. This book, although with plenty of paragraphs
readable for all and everyone, also has stuff in it--including
a documentation of a new form of physics and philosophy theory
summarizes these key findings in science--called 'super model
theory'--and these more complicated parts provide something one
can study for years and get more and more out of. Then there are
color reproductions of ballerina paintings on cover and backside.
This is "The Beauty of Ballerinas--awakening non-artificial
intelligence", first printed in 2017, by S.R. Weber, and a
jewel in the Yoga4d Avenuege library. A must-have for any
serious student of life, the arts and not just the fashion of
today, but the fashion to come, in any decade, for it delves
as deep as can be into many core issues of esthetics and
intuition--deciding things from gut feeling.
Additional questions? Comments? Feel free to contact
Stein R Weber at firstname.lastname@example.org or at email@example.com
And if you have a Twitter account, or sign up
to Twitter (which, as for the varieties of social
media, we prefer for its capacity to be noninterfering
and preserve a bit of art names and so on without
undue privacy-invasion; as well as actively promoting
the idea of links to content that is put elsewhere
by means of its pleasant mobile SMS text size),
be aware that we follow the generous pathway of
some of the largest Twitter accounts, namely
that we 'follow back', as it is called, usually
within a day or two! This offers an ocean of
photos of ballerinas: twitter.com/avenuege
and you'll find that it enhances well-being and
mental clarity to associate yourself regularly
with that much of the athletic, esthetical human
art impulse. For a more purely fashion oriented
alternative we also provide what we call 'top
fashion items and babes of the fashion industry'
in our twitter.com/industrialbabes (I.B.).
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