No matter how you felt about the final season of the Game of Thrones TV show, there’s no doubting that its ending left a void. What are we going to watch now? Mind you, there’s still plenty of Game of Thrones content set to come our way. A prequel series is in the works and George R.R. Martin is supposedly working on the next volume in the novel series, with another to follow at some point. Or maybe you’re a fan of the TV show who’s never read the books? Now’s certainly the time to check out the novels! Even if you’ve already read all of what’s available in the A Song of Ice and Fire saga, there are many books like Game of Thrones you can read. This is all nice and all, but maybe you want something quicker and less involved to feed your Game of Thrones need. That’s where Game of Thrones fan art comes in.
You can revisit the high points of the series and see artistic interpretations of your favorite characters. So without further adieu, here are some of the best Game of Thrones fan art available. Maybe you’ll find a Game of Thrones poster you might want to see up on your wall!
Game of Thrones Quotes
Game of Thrones featured some memorable quotes throughout its run. I don’t think that’s a surprise, given the source material. The earlier seasons, in particular, had some great zingers.
Perfect Game of Thrones–themed quote for bookish fans, am I right?
Tyrion Lannister had some really great quotes in the earlier seasons, didn’t he? Although this one is more commonly found on T-shirts and mugs, there’s no reason why it can’t be on a poster too!
It’s true. They do.
This happened halfway through season 6 and I still haven’t recovered.
A flashback to season 1 when Khal Drogo was still alive.
Speaking of Daenerys, her character arc in season 8 was pretty controversial, wasn’t it? This set of prints reminds us that she might have shown us who she was all along.
Game of Thrones Fan Art Prints
The inevitable showdown between The Night King and humanity may have taken place during a poorly lit episode, but you can’t say you didn’t like the dragons.
Who saw that ending coming?
I’ll be honest. I’ve made fun of Jon Snow quite a bit over the years, but I felt bad for him by the end. I especially like this piece of Game of Thrones character art because it didn’t forget Ghost! (I’m still angry.)
I love this poster. There’s Winterfell. There’s a reminder of the godswood in the typography. And there’s the red comet in the sky! The comet might not have figured as prominently in the TV show, but it’s a nice nod to book readers.
Who doesn’t like fantasy maps?
The show may be over, and you may know who ends up on the Iron Throne, but who says you can’t still proclaim your allegiance?
Game of Thrones Fan Art Deviations
These aren’t prints you can purchase, but they are lovely pieces of Game of Thrones fan art from DeviantArt that I wanted to highlight. A few of them might even work well as desktop wallpapers!
After eight seasons, I’m definitely always going to associate Kit Harrington with Jon Snow.
Didn’t I say there’d be some desktop wallpapers? I really like how this Game of Thrones fan art captures Daenerys in a nutshell: a dragon burning down a castle during a storm. Daenerys Stormborn, indeed.
In the end, he was a good boy, wasn’t he?
This fight doesn’t get the attention it deserves, in my opinion. It’s a major turning point for several Starks and plays a big role in revealing the heritage of a certain Jon Snow!
The astonishing thing about this piece of art is that it was painted before season 8 aired, let alone before episode 3, “The Long Night,” aired. Fan artists are amazing.
It’s fair to say that season 8 drew a lot of criticism. Even so, it did result in some hilarious memes.
That’s it for this collection of Game of Thrones fan art! Did you find something you like? I hoped this quenched your Game of Thrones thirst for a little while at least. And if that’s not enough, check out this Game of Thrones quiz to test out how well you know the world of A Song of Ice and Fire.By signing up you agree to our Terms of Service