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Game of Thrones Beautiful Death

18 01 2015

By Andy


Not a TV series for the Disney Universe!

The most intriguing of „Game of Thrones“ is that any time a character can die. Not only the evil ones, also the good ones and even your favorite character. Every episode full of fear.

The Robert Ball, illustrator, designer and comic maker, living and working in London. draw some of them in cool artworks and called them „Beautiful Death“.

„An illustration for every episode of Game of Thrones, commissioned by HBO, used online and in various print applications“

Very bloody and we admit also very facinating. That’s one of the reason why we love watching it and despite of all brutal, unnecessary and horrible death we’ll keep watching all coming seasons.

We hope Jon Snow and Tyrion Lannister will survive till the end! Please George R.R. Martin, listen to our requests and let them not die and maybe Daenerys, Sansa, Arya…













All images ©  Robert Ball

Robert Ball

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Thaeger is the home of the finest and coolest Geek Stuff you can find on the internet. Andy is the master of "Geekism", who lives and loves the online world and of course, he adore Star Wars, Video Games, TV-series like Game of Thrones, Breaking Bad etc. like you expect it.Furthermore he loves to surf around the web and collects these special Nerd Things spread it to all other Geeks, cool Guys and everbody else. Every illustrator, graphic designer, photograph and artist who make artworks with the perfect "Geek touch" will be featured on the thaeger blog and presented to a bigger audience and maybe get more fame. If you be such an artist or do you you know let us know and feel free to contact us via contact form. Andy is looking to hear from you and welcome you in the world of Geek Stuff and Nerd Things. May the inspirations be with you!

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