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Cut&Paste Digital Design Tournament ~ Saturday Oct 9

The Cut&Paste 2010 Digital Design Tournament is a competition where designers from all over the world participate in competitions in 2D, 3D and Motion design to claim their place in the Cut&Paste 2010 Global Digital Design Championships. The event features a live design competition of 16 designers competing in 2D, 3D and motion design, a Converse audience design contest, drink specials and more.

The tournament makes its stop in Los Angeles this Saturday, October 9th at the Henry Fonda Theater at 7pm. The judges for the Los Angeles competition include: Bobby Hundreds (Co-Founder/Creative Director of the Hundreds), Eric Nakamura (Publisher/Co-Editor of Giant Robot), and Jean Aw (Editor-in-chief of NOTCOT). There will be an open bar courtesy of Media Temple from 7pm - 8pm and 11pm - 1am.

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