‘Game Of Thrones’ Marketing Goes To The Next Level With A Bus-Sized Dragon Head Erected On A Beach

I understand you guys are getting socked with between-season Game of Thrones coverage this week, whether it be the latest casting, pre-Comic-Con coverage, awesome video edits, and a great big snub in the midst of several other deserving Game of Thrones Emmy nominations, but I could not resist this. Above is a BUS-SIZED dragon skull that took sculptors more than two months to design and construct. It comes from the same marketing team behind the 40-foot tall statue of Colin Firth, and it was erected on a beach in Britain to publizice the release of the third season of Game of Thrones on the UK’s movie and TV streaming service BlinkBox. It was inspired by a scene in the series when Arya Stark discovers a dragon skull in the dungeons of King’s Landing.

Your move, Netflix.

More stupid cool images, as well as a making of video below.

(Hat Tip: Adfreak)