The Levi’s Digital Arts Award is adding three extra categories to the competition, which will now run over six months rather than two. The award will be open from mid-May and run until October. The overall winner will be announced in November 2005. The brief, assets and entry form will be available on-line only at www.eu.levi.com/ldaa.
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