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  • 01/16/2009

Cut&Paste 2009 Tour Announced

Cut&Paste’s 2009 Digital Design Tournament goes above and beyond most art competitions. Rather than the standard submit-and-wait format favored by most contests, this one treats design like a spectator sport, with live, quick-paced, one-of-a-kind 15-minute design competition rounds (including 3D and motion) displayed on massive screens at each of numerous venues.

The tournament will begin another worldwide, 16-city tour in February, starting with Los Angeles on February 21 and wrapping up in Sydney on June 6.

Fortunately, all design warriors have an even better chance of bringing home the gold than previously, now that the entry deadlines have been extended. North American designers have until January 23 and Asian designers have until February 20 to submit their work to the tournament at cutandpast.com.

One Grand Prize winner, in each category and in every competition city, will receive an all-expenses paid trip to New York City in order to compete in the Global Championships this June. Other prizes include an Apple workstation, Autodesk MotionBuilder, Wacom Intuos9X12 tablet, and Maya Complete, among others.

Cut&Paste
02/21 Los Angeles, CA
02/28 San Francisco, CA
03/07 Portland, OR
03/14 Boston, MA
03/21 New York, NY
03/28 Toronto, ON
04/04 Chicago, IL
04/02 Amsterdam, Netherlands
04/04 London, England
04/18 Berlin, Germany
04/25 Barcelona, Spain
05/09 Milan, Italy
05/15 Hong Kong
05/23 Shanghai, China
05/30 Tokyo, Japan
06/06 Sydney, Australia

1 comments Cut&Paste 2009 Tour Announced

Anonymous (not verified) Wrote

Mon, 01/19/2009 - 06:54

i've always hated cut and paste since it sends out the wrong message about an industry that is already misunderstood by clients...Most clients don't have a clue as it is how the design process works and i'm pretty sure the same can be said for the asshats that run cut and paste... they obviously have never considered the message that their event sends and the damage it does to the community they supposedly represent. design is a concept driven and creative industry...that usually takes time. its not about how fast you can use a computer .

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