'Game Of Thrones' Fans In Malaysia Can Now See These Insanely Detailed Sculptures IRL
These tiny masterpieces are the work of Russian sculptor Salavat Fidai.
If you're a fan of the hit TV show 'Game of Thrones', this is one exhibit you don't want to miss!
Currently on display at Sunway Pyramid are a collection of exceptionally detailed Game of Thrones-themed microsculptures, all carved entirely on pencil graphite!
Commissioned by HBO Asia to commemorate the show's upcoming season, the intricate microsculptures - over 30 of them - are the signature work of Russian sculptor Salavat Fidai.
Besides 'Game of Thrones', the former lawyer-turned-artist has also sculpted tiny statuettes inspired by famous buildings, household items, as well as pop culture icons like 'Star Wars' and Marvel's 'The Avengers'. Check out more of his work on Facebook and Instagram.
Apart from the Iron Throne and Drogon the dragon, the collection also features a White Walker, the Hand of the King's pin, and the Titan of Braavos, amongst others
Though not pictured here, you'll also get to see Cersei's crown, the Three-Eyed Raven, the Night's King, the Weirwood tree, as well as two swords - Brienne of Tarth's Oathkeeper and Jon Snow's Long Claw - at the exhibit.
That's not all. Take a good look at the house sigils, intricately crafted down to the tiniest detail:
The 'Game of Thrones: A Pencil Microsculpture Exhibition by Salavat Fidai' is currently ongoing at Sunway Pyramid's Blue Concourse until 9 July 2017
Season 7 of 'Game of Thrones' will premiere same time as the US on 17 July at 9.00am on HBO (Astro Ch 411 / 431) with a same day encore at 9.00pm.
Ahead of the premiere, we spoke to Liam Cunningham a.k.a. Ser Davos about everything but S7 spoilers: