Game of Thrones Moleskines are a fantasy come true

Venture into the land of Westeros with these Game of Thrones-themed Moleskine notebooks.

Game of Thrones fans rejoice! Not only is your favourite show back for a sixth series, you can now sketch your latest logo design, create epic pencil art and generally let your creativity loose in this limited edition set of Moleskine notebooks inspired by the epic fantasy saga.

Game of Thrones Moleskine

Each cover depicts a house from the series

Four Game of Thrones-themed notebooks make up the set, which pay tribute to the creative imagination and epic storytelling of the HBO drama that has taken the public imagination by storm.

Game of Thrones Moleskine

These stunning designs were made by Levente Szabò

Each book features striking silkscreen printed artwork by emerging graphic designer Levente Szabò. The illustrations depict symbolic references to the three main families in the fantasy series, namely the Starks, Lannisters and Targaryens. There's also a collector's edition box set depicting the Iron Throne if you can't make up your mind and simply have to have them all.

Game of Thrones Moleskine

An exclusive fifth design is available on the Moleskine site

Accompanying the launch of the stunning books is a paper animation of the Game of Thrones iconic opening title sequence made by Dadomani. With its winding cogs and towering castles all eventually folding away into the notebooks themselves, this video is the perfect reflection of how Moleskines can be used to create and imagine.

Game of Thrones Moleskine

Make the story your own with these gorgeous journals

The hard cover books come either plain or ruled and in two sizes. Available to order now, these journals are ideal for creative ideas or simply for keeping track of who's who (and who's still alive) in the land of Westeros.

ABOUT THE AUTHOR

Dom Carter is staff writer at Creative Bloq. Coming from an SEO and web copywriting background, Dom first came to Future for a week of work experience at SFX magazine. Away from the office, Dom likes to write scripts and short stories, and watch an unhealthy amount of Doctor Who.

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