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George R.R. Martin
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As you may well know, Subterranean Press is publishing the limited edition, illustrated editions of “A Song of Ice and Fire”, using some world-class artists to illustrate George R.R. Martin’s story. For A Dance with Dragons, GRRM selected award-winning artist Marc Fishman to provide the cover, painted illustrations, as well as drawings. We haven’t heard much of late about it, as A Dance with Dragons was long in the making.
But then a tweet from Christie Michelle Stewart caught our attention: she had visited Fishman, apparently for an interview series she’s posting on her site, and had a peek at some of the art he had been creating. Which then led us to the Facebook linked above… and then to this image of Daenerys Targaryen with Drogon.
How we missed this, when it seems it was posted around August 2009, we do not know. So far as we know, this is the one and only piece of A Dance with Dragons art Fishman has published. To get a taste of what else he might be creating, be sure to visit his gallery.
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