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Triangulated Game of Thrones Sigils

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Before Game of Thrones came along, we thought sigils were a kind of exotic bird. A blue one, with loud plumage. Now we've been educated as to their heraldic meaning, we're itching for one of our own - preferably designed by Andrew Wight.

A design student hailing from Ontario, Canada, Wight knocked up these gorgeous triangulated variations of the sigils of Westeros' great houses in his spare time at school. It makes our margin-bound stick figure battles look comparatively infantile.

While you check out the series and head over to Wight's Behance page to see more of his work, we're off to up our procrastination skills.

(Images: Andrew Wight)

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