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Cut & Paste Jam-NYC
by Ami Kealoha
on 26 January 2006
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The 2nd edition of Cut & Paste, the Iron Chef-like live design competition, is taking it back to analog in an event featuring four of New York's best designers and artists. On 4 February Thunderdog founder Tristan Eaton and Fudgefactory's Travis Millard side-by-side with David Ellis and Kenji Hirata of the Barnstormers will make art during the party at NYC's Supper Club. This time it's unplugged; giant canvasses replace computers and the results will be auctioned with proceeds benefitting The New York Foundation for the Arts. Set to a soundtrack by DJs Spinna, Rich Medina, and Rude Movements' Tyler Askew, there will also be a live tattoo demonstration onstage by Troy Denning.

Cut & Paste JAM-NYC
The Supper Club
240 West 47th Street (between Broadway & 8th Avenue)
Doors at 11 PM
RSVP at Cut & Paste for reduced $15 admission. (Otherwise $20.)

Also on Cool Hunting: Cut and Paste Winner, Wacom Cintiq, Cut & Paste Contestants, and Cut and Paste: Design Competition Call for Entry.

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