Filipino visual artist Robbin Gregorio creates unique and intricate paper cuttings inspired by pop culture. Here are his renditions of 'Game of Thrones,' perhaps the most popular TV shows in the last decade.
Nothing is as frail as paper. Well, nothing but the characters from Game of Thrones (2011), which in the cruel hands of George R. R. Martin may be torn apart just like figures made out of paper. Ironically however, there's an artist who found inspiration in such characters and in their fragile nature. The skillful hands of Filipino visual artist Robbin Gregorio create paper cuttings that are out of this world. He took some our favorite characters in pop culture and created some of the most astonishing fan art paper cuttings, and of course the ones from Game of Thrones are by far our very favorite ones.
Ever since its release, the series has got a lot of attention and has made it one of the most popular shows of the decade, inspiring many artists around the world to create their own renditions of their favorite characters from the show. Gregorio, though, who is also a designer and illustrator, has risen the bar so high regarding fan art that it’s so hard to tell which depictions of these characters are more badass, the TV show one or the amazing paper-cutting counterparts.
The devotion from Gregorio to each one of its creations is mesmerizing, making him a real master of paper cutting. The intricate details in the attires, the way he folds the paper to create depth and dimension, and the uncanny way in which he replicates each of their facial features are really worth of all the titles Daenerys of the House Targaryen holds and more.
So, without further ado, take a look at these amazing artworks made out of paper that will make you want to travel the Westeros so you can too be turned into one of Gregorio’s astounding paper cuttings.
Petyr Baelish "Little Finger"
Sandor Clegane "The Hound"
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