The Periodic Table of Middle Earth makes use of characters in place where elements would usually be, and adds information like their date of birth to their placement in the table. It is like a tiny information booklet, just like its namesake. Characters from Lord of the Rings and The Hobbit are included in the table. The table comes form Emil Johansson’s LoTR Project, where a lot of painstakingly created and well researched goodies based on Lord of the Rings series find a place for themselves. Costs $15.
Clearly, there’s great potential for Game of Thrones house sigils to get a run into the Pokemon universe. Artist Cami Sanders plays the Game of Pokemon in this set where animals and creatures on house sigils have been replaced with a representation of their Pokemon counterparts. There is no dearth of Pokemon willing to take that job, and as Charizard, Tentacruel, Luxray, Sawsbuck and Mightyena show in these illustrations, the Pokemon aren’t quite away from home on house sigils from Westeros. The PokeThrones set is available on Society6.
Lannister family from Game of Thrones takes the role of the Addams Family in this illustration by Magdalena (bubug).
May 4 is here, and as people prepare to celebrate hand in hand with the rebels, the empire issues a warning and a message towards the immorality of the celebration.
WesterosCraft made the opening credits of Game of Thrones in Minecraft.
Blinds are going to go up on windows, they might as well be cool. Ergo, the spaceship blinds, with wireframe designs of several famous spaceship known to humans. They have representation from Star Trek, Star Wars, Battlestar Galactica, and for good measure, the Tardis makes a cameo too. Each comes with a price tag of $153.
Star Wars characters become a part of Chinese folklore in these illustrations by Sinapore-based artist Joseph Chiang. The mark of these illustrations is subtle changes to the characters that make them appear at home in these illustrations and remind us of Japanese woodblock prints of gaming characters we saw earlier. Prints available on Etsy.
Checkout these beautiful (and expensive) rings made to go along various houses from the Harry Potter franchise. The rings are the work of Gemvara, and though the web pages don’t mention anything about Harry Potter, they do show these “house rings” on search.
Going the route of putting Batman on the road, Dark as Night Batman themed helmets by Helmet Dawg do a pretty decent job. Dig those bat ears for the helmet.
The Origin series of posters talks about the beginning of superheroes in a very talented set of poster designs. The set has met its initial funding goals on Kickstarter where you might back the project or pre-order the posters.