DDB Sydney marks end of TV epic with ‘Grave of Thrones’

It’s the last series of broadcasting phenomenon Game of Thrones (in case you hadn’t noticed). In Australia Foxtel and agency DDB Sydney are commemorating this sad event with, appropriately enough, a cemetery – 2000 square metres-worth to house all those GoT characters who’ve been beheaded, incinerated or otherwise disposed of.

Each grave has been sculpted by hand including two gigantic mausoleums and, it says here, the tombs of favourites like Oberyn, Olenna, and Wun Weg Wun Dar Wun (whoever they may be.)

If you wondered what happened to Sean Bean, he’s near the start.

Resistance is futile, if this is your thing.

MAA creative scale: 7.

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