Cut and Paste has crossed the boarder for the first time and is making it's way to Toronto this Saturday as part of the annual Cut & Paste design competition.

Toronto's Sound Academy on the beautiful lake shore will be hosting competitions in 2D, 3D and Motion Graphics for this years Digital Design Tournament.

Cut and Paste is generously offering up 5 free tickets to SLICE readers interested in attending this incredible creative bash.

These tickets will be given to the first 5 (in total) people to comment on this post to request tickets. Leave your name, E-mail address, the number of tickets you're hoping to grab and quickly answer this simple question... "If you were able to design anything in the world (with the limitations of science etc not being an imposition) what would it be?"

Saturday, March 28, 2009
Doors open 6:30 PM
Show starts 7:30 PM
Sound Academy
11 Polson St.
Toronto, Ontario
(416) 649-PIER (7437)

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Hope to see you there,

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Anonymous said... @ March 25, 2009 9:08 PM

Michael Lynch


2 Tickets

If I were able to design anything in the world with the limitations of science etc not being an imposition, I would design a virtual world in which one's environment could change instantaneously with one click. A beach, desert and mountain landscape would all be possible. Each environment would be equipped with customized music and soundscapes.

SLICE magazine said... @ March 25, 2009 9:22 PM

Great. 2 Tickets coming your way. We'll send you an e-mail (most likely tomorrow) as soon as we know who the other winners are.

3 tickets left up for grabs now...

D I X O N said... @ March 25, 2009 11:52 PM

If it weren't the middle of essay season, I would be all over this. Sounds like a great event. Thanks for thinking of me SLICE. Very kind.

Ryan said... @ March 28, 2009 10:28 AM


If there is still a ticket(s) available....I'd take it....looking for two, but if Mr. Lynch needs two, that's acceptable. I'll take what I can get! hahha

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