moleskine recreates game of thrones opening sequence with 7,600 paper cutouts
image courtesy of moleskine

 

 

 

to celebrate the release of its ‘game of throneslimited-edition collection notebooks, moleskine has released a video that recreates the TV show’s iconic opening sequence in paper. milan-based video and animation studio dadomani has carefully crafted a model of the fortress at king’s landing with 7,600 individual paper cutouts. turning cogs and gears give rise to a sprawling city of 3-dimensional buildings that mimics the architectural style and open landscape that the fictional world is best known for. the camera pans from the village to the fortress, traversing the houses and landmarks that make up king’s landing. as the shot slowly pulls away, the viewer discovers that the entire creation belongs within the pages of moleskine notebooks.

 

 


paper epicness: moleskine & game of thrones
video courtesy of moleskine

 

 

 

coinciding with the video, the ‘game of thrones’ limited edition collection comprises four themed notebooks with previously unreleased silkscreen prints by graphic designer levente szabò. the journals feature symbolic references to the three dominant families — stark, lannister and targaryen — as well as the collector’s edition box set depicting the iron throne. pages are available in both blank and ruled, and books include stickers and a paper banderole featuring the genealogical tree of the three families.

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the video recreates the TV show’s iconic opening sequence in paper
image courtesy of moleskine

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turning cogs and gears give rise to a sprawling city of 3-dimensional buildings
image courtesy of moleskine

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the paper model mimics the architectural style and open landscape of the fictional world
image courtesy of moleskine

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dadomani has carefully crafted the fortress at king’s landing with 7,600 individual paper cutouts
image courtesy of dadomani

 

 


making of moleskine ‘game of thrones’ video
video courtesy of moleskine

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the camera pans from the village to the fortress

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image courtesy of dadomani

 

 

project info: 

 

direction / set design / animation / post production: dadomani
director of photography: patrizio saccò
graphics: dadomani, carlo gazzi
set building: dadomani, linda vallone
music: ramin djawadi
sound FX: dadomani
client: moleskine

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