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Game of Thrones Inspired Portraits by Mike Wrobel Artist Mike...

Game of Thrones Inspired Portraits by Mike Wrobel

Artist Mike Wrobel has reimagined GoT characters as pop icons or dressed in 90s grunge fashion. Orginally from France, Mike is the founder of Tokyo based graphic design company, Moshi Studio (Moshi kun is the mascot for the studio).

More Moshi: Tumblr | Facebook | Twitter
● Buy prints, apparel, device cases & more at Mike’s Society6 Shop

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