If you’ve been on the internet and are fan of HBO’s “Game of Thrones” you might have seen Russian artist Salavat Fidai’s amazing pencil tip microsculptures featuring images from the series.
And just in time for season seven, you can now see these works of art up close.
From Saturday (22 April) to 4 June, Fidai’s work will be on display at the GAME OF THRONES A Pencil Microsculpture Exhibition at Scotts Square in Singapore.
Organised by HBO Asia and K+, the exhibition features 16 themed sculptures from the hit series, including favourites like the dragon Drogon, the Stark Direwolf emblem, the Iron Throne, the Titan of Braavos and even the White Walkers.
Carved onto pencil tips, the microsculptures are both intricate and delicate at the same time.
Fidai said carving the Iron Throne was one of the most challenging sculptures he had done.
“It took me almost two weeks to complete it as I had to make sure every intricate detail was accurately carved,” the artist said.
The exhibition is opened from 11.30am to 8.30pm every day. Admission is free.
“Game of Thrones” premieres same time in Singapore as the US on 17 July at 9am on HBO (StarHub TV Ch 601). A same day encore will screen at 9pm.
The seven-episode season will also be available on HBO On Demand (StarHub TV Ch 602) and HBO on StarHub Go.
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