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Advent Calendar Giveaway! Day 24: £50 Wall Art Rockers Voucher

December 24, 2011, Author: Neil Hughes

We believe that Christmas is all about family and friends, but we’d be lying if we said we didn’t like a present or two! That is why for the last 23 days we have been giving away prizes to our members, and sadly this is the final competition, as we open door number 24 of our virtual advent calendar.

We wanted to offer something special and very cool for the final winner, so we have teamed up with Wall Art Rockers who have kindly offered a £50 voucher to the lucky one.

Wall Art Rockers are inspired by a passion for technology, sci-fi, video-games, concept, fantasy, CG/3D, anime and digital art; the world famous Wall Art Rockers have developed a stunning range of hyper contemporary wall art that dares to be different!

Not content with traditional display methods, this unique collection of digital art is printed onto a series of huge 675 x 1400mm (8mm thick) “high gloss” acrylic panels which when mounted to the wall look like enormous wide-screen computer monitors.

Their mission is to engage with like-minded individuals who share the same passions as us and wish to visually express their own unique personality, taste and spirit of individuality.


To be in with a chance to win a £50.00 OFF voucher just answer the following question.

Which video game would you most like Wall Art Rockers to feature on one of their wall arts?

You can enter by leaving your answer on the comments on this page, leave a comment on our Facebook Page, tweet using the #TIMJ hashtag or simply e-mail your answer to neil@Thisismyjoystick.com.

Jedi mind tricks not included.

Finally we would like to thank all the companies that have helped make this competition possible, enabling us to give away prizes for twenty-four consecutive days, allowing us in return to thank you all for your support over the last twelve months.

The whole team here at TIMJ worked together to make this happen but a very special thank you goes out to James Ireland who made this competition a success and ensured that twenty-four competition pages were ready to go every morning.