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GAME OF THRONES’ Hall of Faces Gets Gorgeous Fine Art Prints

GAME OF THRONES’ Hall of Faces Gets Gorgeous Fine Art Prints

Last year we told you about the first ever officially-licensed fine art prints for Game of Thrones, available from Classic Stills. And now they’re back with a new collection that pays homage to the world of ice and fire’s most (in)famous room, the House of Black and White’s Hall of Faces. The prints are part of an extremely limited run, but they’re giving you, our Nerdist readers, an exclusive head start at filling your own home with the most famous visages from Westeros.

There will only be 500 of these framed, individually-numbered Hall of Faces images available in the whole collection, which includes five images across four sizes.

While there will be fewer for sale, this batch will also offer a smaller size at a lower price than previously available so more fans can get one. It will include two 11×14-inch options, one featuring Tyrion, Ned, Arya, and Jaime’s faces, and another with just Jon and Daenerys (aww), and each will sell for $149. There are only 125 total prints available for both.

The next size up, the 16×20-inch print ($249) has Jon, Daenerys, Oberyn, Tyrion, Jaime, and Arya, and will also have a run of 125.

The 24×30 image ($495) features Jon, Daenerys, Cersei, Sansa, Arya, Jaime, Tyrion, and Ned. However there will only be 100 of these sold.

But they didn’t just add a smaller print this time, they also went bigger with a “super-limited run” of extra large 26×40-inch prints intended for “more serious art collectors. That’s why they come with a price tag of $1,000 each. There are only 25 of these for sale, and it includes all of the other prints’ faces, along with Robb, Catelyn, and Joffrey. (Being reminded every day Joffrey was killed might be worth the price tag alone.)

With only 450 images in total in this run, all of which are available for purchase in the U.S., Canada, and Europe, these won’t last long. But Nerdist readers can use this link to get access to an exclusive pre-sale that will let you purchase these “first come, first served” prints. So not only can you get the image of your choice, you can get a higher, more valuable number.

Which character’s death mask would you most want in your home? Tell us why in the comments below.

Images: Classic Stills/HBO

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