Dear Toronto #12 - Cut and Paste
Cut and Paste is a digital design tournament, putting designers head to head in a
battle of creative digital arts. Their goal is to promote the idea that design
is a tangible, real thing and to promote the people and who make all the magic
happen. Each contender is given a few minutes, a theme, a set of tools including
a digital camera, Wacom tablet and a suite of software including Illustrator
and Photoshop. A live audience looks on as the designs are created before their
eyes. The Toronto chapter of Cut and Paste happened this year at the FITC festival
of design and technology and saw a couple of Toronto’s finest, Justin Broadbent
and Alex Kurina take on New York’s Guillo Echevarria and Edward Ubiera. Look for
me in one of the designs as I happened to be standing in the wrong place at the
wrong time with my camera.
Links for this show
- Cut and Paste
Music by Bitstream Dream
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