ConnectiCon: Super Art Fight

This is what a Super Art Fight looks like. Never heard of it? It’s when two teams of artists are given a large canvas to battle it out in cartoon form. Each team is given a different phrase or theme, and they have a limited time to embody it, taking up as much room as they’d like, attacking the other art on the canvas. They are even encouraged to alter the cartoons that are already drawn. New phrases get added into the mix, submitted by the audience before the show. The artists need to think fast and adapt to create themes. It is a fast-paced, tag team effort. At the end of each round, the winning team is chosen by the biggest applause that is measured by a digital sound-level recorder. Here’s what happened at the ConnectiCon 2013 Super Art Fight!

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