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‪Swatch TTR Art Rules – The Night‬

That was the 2012 Swatch TTR Art Rules night in Los Angeles, California.
Out of hundreds of cool designs it came down to the “Scream of Victory”, becoming next years’ design of the TTR trophy.

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Swatch Art Rules -- make your mark on this year's TTR Trophy and official Swatch Tour Watch.Each snowboarding season, Swatch teams up with TTR to find the most creative, adrenaline-fuelled design for the World Snowboard Tour Trophy.Last year's winner, Frankie Leong, paid both physical and emotional tribute to that inspiring moment when the victor lifts their prize.Now it's your turn -- if you've got what it takes to design the next TTR World Snowboard Tour Trophy, register at www.artrules.swatch.com and get started. The winning design will also feature on the official Swatch Tour Watch -- don't miss your chance to be part of something very special.

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