January 16, 2009

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“Cut & Paste”

An interactive design tournament coming to Portland March 7, 2009
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Cut&Paste Digital Design Tournament 2007 from Cut&Paste on Vimeo.
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More info on the show below as taken from their press release
Cut and Paste (www.cutandpaste.com) is a design tournament – a live “battle” between designers of all different disciplines. Showcasing and bringing together the design community, there are 3 different categories of the competition: 2D, 3D/Industrial Design, and Motion Graphics.

Enter now @ www.cutandpaste.com
Deadline for entry Friday, January 23rd
Test rounds January 24 – 25th
Cut and Paste Portland takes place March 7th at the Portland Art Museum

Prizes include Wacom Cintiq 12WX, Autodesk Softimage, Maya Complete, 3ds Max, Pantone Goe System cube (coated), ColorMunki Design, ColorMunki Create, Wacom Intuos 9X12 tablet, Autodesk Mudbox, Wacom Intuos 9X12 tablet, Pina Zangaro portfolios and more.

MORE ABOUT CUT & PASTE The event takes place in a number of cities worldwide (Tokyo, Berlin, Barcelona, Milan, Sydney, + more) and draws some amazing talent. It is similar to a concert setting, where the crowd is involved, and is watching each Designer perform. At the end of the time limit, a panel of judges decides the winner.

The Portland event takes place March 7th at the Portland Art Museum, with select judges from brands and agencies, including: Nike, Twenty Four Seven, Fashionbuddha, Second Story, Portland Mercury, Nemo Design, Topaz Design, Draplin Design Co., The David Maddocks Company, and Adidas.

FORMAT/RULES 8 competitors will be selected for each competition. Competition rounds are as follows: 2D consists of two (2) rounds, fifteen (15) minutes each. 3D consists of two (2) rounds, twenty (20) minutes each. Motion: One round, eight hours in duration (length of the entire event, piece to be created on-site).
- Competitors are provided with themes for each round, one week in advance
- Competitors may bring in approved objects to capture with a digital camera (as well as fonts, etc)
- All approved objects are available for anyone to use during any round
- No finished artwork, photographs, pre-made digital elements – all work must be constructed from scratch
- Tools including digital cameras or the Wacom Cintiq are for the designers’ benefit but not required to be used during competition.

A COMPLETE LIST of rules & prizes available @
2D Design
3D Design
Motion Design

Garett Croft Stenson

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