Game of Thrones Opening Sequence Recreated Using Paper Model Architecture by Moleskine
The phenomenal TV series Game of Thrones has got itself a massive fan base all over the world. Many brands have introduced Game of Thrones-themed product lines to go with the flow, and they have been quite successful; one of which is Moleskine.
The Italian papermaker and product designer company is famous for its outstanding notebooks, and their Game of Thrones notebooks are no exception. They have got quite catchy and elegant covers bearing the Stark wolf, the Lannister lion, or the Targaryen dragon.
Now with the new season kick-starting, let’s take a look at this captivating video through which Moleskine introduced the new line. The video recreates part of the series’ famous intro using paper model architecture. It reveals an animated model of the fortress at King’s landing, accompanied by the show’s original theme music. Then finally, the camera zooms out, and it turns out that the paper model was within the pages of Moleskine notebooks. The video was created by Milan-based video and animation studio Dadomani, and 7,600 paper cutouts were used to create the architectural model.
You can, also, watch the making-of Moleskine’s Game of Thrones video and see how the model was created and the stop motion made.