Game of Thrones characters given Mr Men and Little Miss makeover
Drawing of Joffrey Baratheon particularly accurate
Tuesday 29 October 2013
The best-loved (and indeed most hated) characters of Game of Thrones have been given a charming Mr Men and Little Miss makeover.
Characters including Daenerys Targaryen (above), Joffrey Baratheon and Samwell Tarly have been depicted in cartoon form.
Instead of Roger Hargreaves, the author is listed as George RR Martin.
The pictures are the brainchild of Antoine Le Troadec and Antoine Dezes-Richard, both of whom work in advertising at Publicis Conseil in Paris.
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