by YouTheDesigner . August 6th, 2013
Can you imagine King Joffrey Baratheon as an ’80s rebel kid or Lady Sansa Stark as a ’90s avid fan of Backstreet Boys and ‘N Sync? Imagine no more, for artist Mike Wrobel has painted some of our favorite Game of Thrones cast in a fun ’80s/’90s themed art series.
The Tokyo-based designer from France has phenomenally transformed the GoT cast into a more realistic world by switching their Medieval clothing into colorful ’80s and early ’90s fashion styles. They are incredibly awesome since each of the vector illustration somewhat reflect the nature of the character in the TV series. Take a look below!
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Aren’t they awesome? Lets just hope Mike continue doing this by following the series on his Tumblr blog. We would love to see Ned Stark as a strict school principal or Sam and the rest of the Night’s Watch in military uniforms!
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