An artist has unveiled incredibly detailed Game Of Thrones characters sculpted from the tips of pencils.
Salavat Fidai from the city of Ufa in south-central Russia's Republic of Bashkortostan region will present his Game of Thrones collection at an exhibition in Singapore from 4th April to 22nd June.
The artist has already presented his work in England, Germany, the UAE and twice in the USA.
The pencil exhibition, which also includes the sigils of the warring families, is sponsored by Game Of Thrones producers HBO who are using it to publicise the upcoming seventh season of the show.
Visitors at the K+ Curatorial Space in Singapore’s Scotts Square can marvel at the intricate artwork measuring just millimetres across for free.
Mr Fidai said: "There will be 30 figures that are dedicated to the show. And 16 of these are exclusive. They will never be exhibited anywhere else."
Mr Fidai started making pencil tip sculptures in 2014 but was already known for his micro-artworks on matchboxes and even seeds.
Netizens have immediately started praising the talent of the Russian craftsman.
‘curlycupie’ said: "Incredible skills, I'm fascinated."
And ‘krophotosdotcom’ added: "Love this."
Game Of Thrones Season Seven, based on George RR Martin’s novels, begins on HBO on 16th July.