Rare photograph publisher releases ‘Game of Thrones’ fine art prints

This iconic scene from Season 6's Battle of the Bastards is one of several now available from Classic Stills.

This iconic scene from Season 6’s Battle of the Bastards is one of several now available from Classic Stills.

Do you need a Christmas idea for your Game of Thrones-obsessed friend? Have you always wanted to incorporate Viserion’s resurrection (sob) at the hands of the Night King into your home decor? Rare photograph publisher Classic Stills understands, and they’re here to help.

The company, which also publishes rare and iconic photographs of James Dean and Roger Moore in the film “The Saint,” has partnered with HBO to release a collection of still photographs from Game of Thrones, marking the first time that stills from the show have been made available as fine art prints. The 20 images have been culled from all seven seasons and include everything from iconic battles to Westeros scenery.

Tyrion holding the crossbow that he used to kill his father is one of the prints available from Classic Stills.

Tyrion holding the crossbow that he used to kill his father is one of the prints available from Classic Stills.

Only 150 of each of the 20 images are available — with three sizes to choose from — and each one is numbered and accompanied by a certificate of authenticity. The prints are framed by hand and use acid-free matting, and are protected by UV acrylic to prevent fading — some of the same measures taken by museums to protect priceless works of art and photographs.

Daenerys on dragonback would be a classic addition to any style of home decor, right?

Daenerys on dragonback would be a classic addition to any style of home decor, right?

The prints are available at Classic Stills’ website while supplies last.

 

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    1. Wow those are some steep prices! There are so many I’d love to have. Maybe if they started selling postcards?……

      Um ETA, Blackwater Rush?

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    2. I have the Battle of the Bastards 3 canvas. That site wants $495.00 for what I paid $65 for, shipped from England to the states…Ebay.

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    3. Just can’t believe people would pay those sorts of prices for something many could produce for themselves using a home PC and a printer using high quality paper? The web is full of these high-res GoT still images. Find the image you like, save it and print it out. The only expense would be getting it framed 😉

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    4. If you have a very good high quality photo of anything, you can go to Staples, Office Depot, Hobby Lobby or a place like that and they can make them into a canvas type frame. It looks like a canvas painting. For like 85 bucks I think

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    5. Hm. For those prices I’d want better composition. Also, many of those seem strangely cropped. The only ones that please my eye from a purely artistic perspective are the Frozen Lake (Tormund, Sandor and Beric), BoB Jon in the pile and Dany and the Unsullied. Maybe it’s just the art nerd in me.

      Ah, scrap the Dany &Unsullied one. It, too, is cropped poorly = the composition is off.

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    6. talvikorppi,

      Yeah, the cropping is kinda weird. So’s the shading/contrast in some of them, e.g., the dimly lit shot of Ygritte in Jon’s arms. For the two of them, I’d prefer that beautiful shot when they kiss after climbing to the top of the Wall. The colors (and romance) of that shot were stunning.

      PS Fun activity: Making address labels with characters in iconic scenes. When I mail letters, it’s sometimes appropriate to slap on next to the addressee a label of Arya saying “You’re the worst sh*t in the Seven Kingdoms”; or just to the left of the postage, a label of a smiling Syrio raising Arya’s chin with his index finger as he announces “Not today.”

      PPS. A few months ago, my brother surprised me with money I was not expecting – in the form of a check with the imprinted image of Arya and Needle. I was more excited by the image of Arya than the unanticipated financial infusion.

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