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Game of Thrones is Back!

Posted April 16, 2019 at 11:45pm

 


The Night King by Robert Kalafut

It may be the middle of April, but WINTER IS OFFICIALLY BACK!

Sunday's Season 8 premiere brought with it some major excitement!

"It was the TV fan's Super Bowl on Twitter." That's how Twitter VP of U.S. client solutions Jean-Philippe Maheu referred to the return of Game of Thrones on Sunday. The premiere of the show's eighth and final season was the most-tweeted-about episode of the show ever, with more than 5 million tweets. 

"That is roughly 10 times what the most-tweeted show usually gets," said Mahue. 

Naturally, brands are out in full force pushing every potential link, and who can blame them? The show's Season 7 finale attracted over 16 million viewers. That's more than the population of New York City, Chicago and Los Angeles combined.

Not wanting to miss out on all the hoopla, Famous Frames is sharing some of our brand tie-ins along with some good ole-fashinoed fan art!


Khal Drogo by Robert Kalafut

One of the most notable tie-ins was with Johnnie Walker for their special White Walker blend. Shown below are shootingboards by Jarid Boyce. Check out the finished commercial HERE.

Additionally for Johnnie Walker is this key art by Jasper Yu

 

Next we have some concept frames done by Jeremiah Wallis for a Game of Thrones video game. 

 

Here, artist Polina Hristova shows three stages of progression of this Jon Snow likeness. 

 

Lastly, Denice Au drew these awesome GOT icons for an mobile app game. 

 

Famous Frames has been proud to be a part of the Game of Thrones journey throughout all 8 seasons, and we cant wait to see who will wind up on the Iron Throne. 

 

 

Storyboards from the 70th Primetime Emmy Awards!

Posted September 19, 2018 at 1:42am

 

Famous Frames artists handle a variety of art services for productions: promos for photo shoots, key art, on air marketing as well as live events. These services can be used to estimate time and cost of a production, and ultimately bring the vision to life.  Using the 70th Primetime Emmy Awards as a case study we can explore the work that Famous Frames artists have provided to help these shows bring home the Gold.


In a sweeping victory, The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel took home 5 Emmys. You can see a peek of Lanny Markasky's Key art frames for the upcoming season.

 

For the winner of Outstanding Drama Series, and Supporting Actor in a Drama SeriesDenice Au created these Game of Thrones boards:

 

Mike Deweese provided storyboards for Outstanding Reality Competition Series winner Ru Paul's Drag Race.

 

Thandie Newton of Westworld won for Best Supporting Actress in a Drama Series. Here are Lanny Markasky's storyboards for Westworld in which we see 'The Man in Black' getting up to no good.

 

Barry took home two emmys: Bill Hader for Outstanding Lead Actor in a Comedy Series, and Henry Winkler for Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Comedy Series. Here are storyboards by Darek Gogol for one of Barry's more action-packed sequences. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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