#Art of Fantasy 65: Marc Simonetti

Today's artist hails from Annecy in France and he is brilliant. Marc Simonetti is a freelance illustrator and concept artist and is best known for his work on G.R.R. Martin's "A song of Ice and Fire," and his "Iron Throne" concept design inspired by the description in the book. I'm told Marc strictly adhered to … Continue reading #Art of Fantasy 65: Marc Simonetti

#Art of Fantasy Special Edition: Game of Thrones

#Art of Fantasy celebrates the start of the fifth season of A Game of Thrones, which premieres tomorrow here in New Zealand. We will see it at the same time it screens in the U.S., which means the season premiere, for us, takes place in the middle of the afternoon on a Monday. I've already set it … Continue reading #Art of Fantasy Special Edition: Game of Thrones

#Wallpaper Wednesday: A Game of Thrones

Ah, yes. I did not think I'd have another one so soon, but here we go. Staying with A Game of Thrones theme, this one is a bit extreme considering the intense use of color, but interesting nonetheless, and it looks great on a 27" iMac screen. Trust me. And here is the link to … Continue reading #Wallpaper Wednesday: A Game of Thrones

On Fantasy | George R.R. Martin

George R.R. Martin needs no introduction. His series, A Song of Ice and Fire, have sold many millions of copies and have been translated into over twenty languages, the fifth book alone, into 40 languages. HBO's Game of Thrones, based on this series, is similarly a huge hit. In fact, it is the biggest drama and most talked about … Continue reading On Fantasy | George R.R. Martin

George R.R. Martin shows us what the Iron Throne REALLY looks like | Blastr

While I'm celebrating the birth of my baby daughter, tending my wife who has suffered some complications during the procedure, and generally running around trying to find time to finish The Worthless One, I thought I'd share the following tidbit, which is, in my humble opinion, fantastic--the real Iron Throne from the mind of its … Continue reading George R.R. Martin shows us what the Iron Throne REALLY looks like | Blastr