Tourism Ireland: Game of Thrones Tapestry by Publicis London

Date: Jul 2017
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Harking back to Northern Ireland’s rich heritage of linen manufacture, the entirety of Game of Thrones from season one to season seven has been re-created in a giant 77-metee long medieval Bayeux-style tapestry that brings to life the trials and tribulations of the show’s characters across its epic and famous scenes.

The tapestry is hand-woven, using linen sourced from the one of the last surviving linen mills in Northern Ireland, integrating textiles used in the show’s own production.


Dave Monk - Executive Creative Director - Publicis London

Dave Sullivan - Creative Director - Publicis London

Josh Norbury - Copywriter/Art Director, Publicis London

Chris Turner - Planner - Publicis London

Benjamin Mckee, Kathryn Mason, Katie Edwards - Account Handler - Publicis London

Kal Parmar - Producer - Publicis London

Carat London - Media buying agency

Carat London - Media planner

Hugo & Cat – Digital agency

Space66 - Production company

Sam Stocking - Director

Ben Loach - Editor

Chloe Shaw - Producer

Jelly London - Illustration house

Space66 - Post-production company