In 2012 I was commissioned to illustrate the official maps of Westeros and Essos for the world of Game of Thrones. Each map is 3 feet by 2 feet in size, 72 square feet of maps in total, and you can get the full set of posters here.
If you’d like to know more about the process behind the maps, click through to read the articles. The maps are all © George RR Martin, 2012, used with permission
Warning – the last map contains spoilers as it shows the character journeys up to the end of A Dance With Dragons.
The Known World from Westeros to far Asshai
The Free Cities – Braavos, Pentos, Myr and the Narrow Sea
Central Essos – from Valyria to Qarth, Ib and the Bone Mountains
From Castle Black and the Skirling Pass, all the way north to the valley of Thenn and the Lands of Always Winter
Slaver’s Bay – Astapor, Yunkai and Meereen
The West – from the Summer Isles to the far north
King’s Landing – with details of the Red Keep, Baelor’s Sept, the Dragon Pit and the Blackwater
The East, we finally answer the question – where is Asshai? – and also discover Uthos, Yi Ti, the City of Bloodless Men and the Thousand Islands
The Dothraki Sea – from the city of Volantis to the ruins on which Vaes Dothrak is built.
The Free City of Braavos with details of the House of Black and White, The Ragman’s Harbor, the Titan and the Sealord’s Palace
Map of Westeros – the Seven Kingdoms riven by the Game of Thrones
Spoilers – this last map shows the character paths to the end of A Dance With Dragons. Look away now if you don’t want to know the score.
Journeys – the lifelines of Game of Thrones – up to the end of A Dance with Dragons