People say you shouldn’t judge a book by its cover. But the wrapper is probably the reason you’re looking in the first place. Whether the cover provokes desire, rage, or indignation, the point is it inspires something.
Joystick Junkies sees itself working in print and music, and possibly even video games later on. The aim to create stylish products inspired by video games pop culture is already bearing fruits. Parties are planned across Europe and more clothing is due in Spring 2005.
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