All Sorts of Weird Stuff: Derivations

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"When I was young, I read all sorts of stuff. One week it would be Lovecraft, the next Vance. It was all imaginative literature, or as my dad called it 'Weird Stuff.' It was all 'Weird Stuff.'"

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Other Artists

A Song of Ice and Fire has inspired a wide range of artists, helped not a little bit by Fantasy Flight Games’s popular collectible card game. If you know of any artists, pros or fans, that you think should be included in this list, let us know.

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  • Amok - Considered the premier ASoIaF character portrait artist by the author and fans alike, Amok is a Russian artist whose massive gallery of portraits—most of them done out of his fannish interest rather than being commissioned—is a wonder. After a long absence, his official site is finally back.
  • Andersfiner.com - Anders Finer is a Norwegian artist who’s probably best known for his digital paintings. Not only has he contributed to the CCG and Fantasy Flight Games’s art book, he has also provided cover art for DB Pro’s The Hedge Knight.
  • Cloudmover.net - Mark Evans is a popular contributor to Fantasy Flight Games’s CCG.
  • Dorian Gray BD - Enrique Corominas is the cover artists for the Spanish editions of the series, and these images can be found with the rest of his art on his personal site.
  • Franz Miklis Visionary Art - Franz Miklisis one of GRRM’s favorite landscape artists.
  • Greywater Watch - hyetos is a fan artist who’s created a lot of interesting sketches.
  • Highgarden - Highgarden is a French and English fan art site by Algesiras.
  • J.M.‘s Art of A Song of Ice and Fire - J.M. (also known as sticks) shares his unique renderings based on the series.
  • Jim Pavelec - Jim Pavelec is best known by fans for his contributions to the CCG.
  • mARTina - Martina Pilcerova is one of GRRM’s favorite artists, and a true fan of the series who’s been seen in Stark costume at a convention.
  • Michael Komarck Illustration - Michael Komarck wowed the fan community for his depictions of the Lannisters in Fantasy Flight Games’s CCG, as well as his piece depicting Jaime on the Iron Throne that graced the cover of FFG’s art book.
  • Natascha Roeoesli - A talented Swiss artist, Natascha Roeosli has contributed to Fantasy Flight Games’s CCG.
  • Other-in-Law - Other-in-Law has created some very cool, heavily illustrated maps over the different regions of the setting.
  • Pojypojy - A fan artist who posts her new pieces to her livejournal and keeps a mostly up-to-date list of her art in the linked entry. Scroll down a bit to find the ASoIaF pieces. This artist also has a deviantArt gallery.
  • Refugium Artis—Mathia has created a few pieces of series-related fan art that are well worth looking at. This artist also has a deviantArt gallery.
  • The Art of Chris Dien - A contributor not only to the CCG but also to the late, lamented Guardians of Order’s RPG based on the setting.
  • The Red Keep - Ami Jackson is a fan artist who’s created a number of interesting drawings.
  • The Wolf’s Wood - A site by two Spanish artists.
  • Winterfell - M. Luisa Giliberti’s art is quite appealing, and her web comics based on the setting have become quite popular.

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