Game Of Thrones is easily the most popular show on TV right now, with endless amount of hype swirling around the most recent season. People are literally naming their children after characters in the show, and you can't go on the internet without hearing about the series. Enter thousands of fan-based theories, spin-offs, and, of course, art.
Tim Burton is the mastermind behind dozens of movies like The Nightmare Before Christmas,Corpse Bride, Alice In Wonderland, Edward Scissorhands, and many more. His work all carries a distinct, unmistakable style. So combine Game Of Thrones and Burton's signature style, and you've got a mashup for the ages.
Artist Tarusov is creating Tim Burton inspired art depicting the Game of Thrones characters. Tarusov is using Partheon to showcase their work, a site that helps artists of all mediums to showcase and get paid for their work. Patrons can pay to access work that the artist has designated as "paid work."
The artist specializes in many NSFW posts, but don't worry; the Game Of Thrones series is perfectly safe for all, so you can enjoy no matter where you are. And whether you're a Joffrey fan or not, the artwork is still highly deserving of the attention it's received. Now you can fill the gap of waiting between seasons with Game Of Thrones artwork.
This unlikely pair is a fan favorite across the series in later seasons. Both are fierce warriors, having each gone through their fare share of harrowing battles of different kinds. If they were on Instagram, the caption would read: our relationship summed up in one picture.
Jon Snow is also another overwhelmingly popular fan favorite. A member of the Night's Watch, he's depicted looking gloomy, cold, and, well, stabbed. If you've kept up with his journey thus far, you might agree he has a few very valid reasons behind his melancholy disposition, besides being stabbed in the front.
Sansa looks a little worried in the artist's depiction, and same with Jon Snow, she has more than a few very understandable reasons behind her demeanor. Her relationship with Littlefinger is not exactly an amicable one. With him sneaking around behind our backs, we wouldn't be so happy either.
No, it's not a weary parent trying to get their child to sleep: it's the Night King, one of the most menacing characters on the show. Many theories are swirling around the Night King in the show, but no spoilers. We're here for the art.
By now it's no spoiler that Daenerys is the mother of dragons. And that those dragons seem to cause a lot of drama. Whatever the case, the dragons and the artwork are very cool even though they're hot.
Melisandre is one of the shadier characters on the show. Ok, maybe all the characters are pretty shady, but Melisandre quite literally lurks in the shadows even though she is a Red Priestess of the Lord of Light. She's depicted in her signature red robes, summoning an orb of light.
If you've seen anything about Game Of Thrones, you've seen Tyrion Lannister, an irrefutable fan favorite. Him and Varys, also called the Spider, have a complicated relationship. It's no wonder the two don't look particularly happy in their artwork.
The artist depicts Cersei sitting pretty on the Iron Throne. Cersei's journey on the show has been a bumpy one, but for now her place in King's Landing is a very coveted one. Let's face it — is there a character on the show who hasn't had a bumpy ride?
In the vast world of Westeros, there's some love connections being made - however, some characters are much more keen on them than others. This is expertly depicted in Tarusov's picture. Do you ship it, or not?
Speaking of romance, Tarusov shows Missandei and Grey Worm holding hands in Tim Burton style. Again, like most relationships on the show, theirs has not exactly been easy. That's possibly the reason for their less than enthused expressions.
In the Game Of Potatoes, you're either boiled or you're fried. We're a fan of all the depictions, but who doesn't love fries? We're looking forward to becoming couch potatoes again when the show returns.