Artists Design Incredible Game Of Thrones House Sigils

by . September 21st, 2016

Weather is changing. Nights are getting longer. The air is getting colder. Or as we say it in Winterfell…

Winter is coming.

Obligatory memedrop aside, the world of Westeros has one of the richest lore rivaling that of Lord of the Rings if I may say so myself. But probably one of the aspects of world building in George RR Martin’s A Song of Ice and Fire is its extensive use of sigils and mottos to represent each noble house.

Heraldry in the Game of Thrones universe are used by nobility as an identification in the battlefield as well as symbols to signify status. Drawing from the real world of heraldry designs, these coat-of-arms are usually represented by mythological and real creatures, objects, or just a simple set of colors.

Thus, artists and fans all over the internet have given their own take on the house sigils of Westeros. Here are some of the best Game of Thrones sigils fan art from around the web.

Game of Thrones House Sigils by Jorrel Lagdan

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Game Of Thugs : Gang Of Westeros by Crack The Toy

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Game of Thrones by Ivan Belikov

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Game of Thrones, House Posters by Emily Birdsey

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Game of Thrones Sigils by Carlos Jose Camus

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Game of thrones: calligraphy sigils by Alexander Zlobin


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Game of Thrones House Sigils by Tom Faber

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Which House do you support and why is it the Lannisters? Roar with us in the comments below!


Kevin is a reader first, a writer second, and a gamer somewhere in between. When not rooting for Tyrion Lannister for the Iron Throne, he's probably writing some morbid short story. He enjoys some surreal art, clever advertising campaigns, and a warm cup of coffee while reading Murakami.