Winter is finally here! Game of Thrones’ seventh season started on Sunday and for the next seven weeks that’s all anyone is going to be talking about. In one of the more interesting celebrations of the fantasy drama Tourism Ireland, where a lot of show is shot, has crafted a 250-foot tapestry depicting the story so far.
This is another collaboration with Publicis London who previously worked on “Doors of Thrones” a project that had doors crafted from fallen trees that represented each episode in season six. This is an ingenious nod to the character Hodor from a scene that still makes me tear up.
Obviously for anyone who has not seen the show the tapestry comes with a huge spoiler warning with landmark scenes representing each episode in the series including the Red and Purple Weddings, the battle on Blackwater, the Battle of the Bastards, and many of Daenarys’ triumphs.
The actual physical tapestry is on display in Belfast’s Ulster Museum but you an head on over to the digital copy and take a look at the whole thing and even tweet your favorite scene. You can even search under highlights like “Untimely Ends” and “Iconic Battles.” Currently there is still “weaving in progress” with possibly a new scene from season seven being added as they come out.
Ireland is home to many landmark locations on the show including Winterfell, Dragonstone, Slaver’s Bay (now Dragon’s Bay), and the Kingdom of Dorne.
— Tourism Ireland (@TourismIreland) July 17, 2017