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Winter Is Coming

The Ladies of Game of Thrones In the Style of Mucha

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You have artist Elin Jonsson to thank for these stunning Alphonse Mucha-inspired Game of Thrones drawings. Should you want the classy ladies of Westeros to adorn your own castle, prints are available for purchase on her Society6 page.

(via: io9)

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  • Fisty

    I need me a Daenerys t-shirt.

  • Christina Faith

    These are a really cool concept but… the French is atrocious. Sorry, wouldn’t be a true nerd if I didn’t point it out.

  • Anonymous

    “d’Tarth” /shudder

    The pictures themselves are really nice, though. I like all the hidden details, like Littlefinger’s creep-stare.

  • Bird

    Ooooh, great to see stuff based on Mucha’s theater posters. :)

  • Dessa Brewington

    Also, you can totally read “La Mere De Dragons” as “La merde o’ dragons.”

  • Anonymous

    Asha Greyjoy or gtfo

  • Anonymous

    Probably because the someone used a translator. :/ I don’t speak any French and that sounds rational to me.

  • Anonymous

    Beautiful and stunning. I almost didn’t cringe because of the spelling mistake (D’ should be De. De becomes D’ in front of a vowel only). Sorry, OCD and all. Otherwise perfect.

  • Franck P. Rabeson

    Uh, I dunno. I’m a native French speaker and those look okay enough, minus the missing accents and the typo (missing H) on Sansa’s one.

  • Franck P. Rabeson

    “d’Tarth” makes sense in French the same way that “o’Tarth” makes sense in English. Not the best language… but technically correct…

  • Anonymous

    Actually that would have been used a lot in Mucha’s time. Popular “spoken” French took a lot of shortcuts. And does so today too.