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Ted Nasmith, who along with John Howe and Alan Lee is considered one of the foremost Tolkien artists, has posted about the fact that his artwork will grace the 2011 A Song of Ice and Fire Calendar, published by Bantam. He points to his George R.R. Martin gallery, which features a number of the pieces, and at the end expresses his hope that he’ll have more opportunities to work on A Song of Ice and Fire-related projects in the future, a hope I think we can all say we share.
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