We fell and fell hard (not unlike *cough* a certain character) for artist Fernando Reza’s posters featuring objects from Game of Thrones—Valyrian steel, wildfire, and milk of the poppy–done in the style of 17th century cabaret artists like Henri De Toulouse-Lautrec. Now he’s back with even more illustrations, this time of those lovely A Song of Ice and Fire poisons. Plus bonus stallion hearts! Tasty, tasty stallion hearts. You can buy limited-edition prints on Reza’s website, with the original three posters available through the Spoke Art Gallery in San Francisco.
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