Westeros, according to Jar Jar Martin **Updated, with More Images!**

Hey, there’s a new George R.R. Martin book coming out on Tuesday, 11/3. Just not the one you or anyone else wants. Instead,  The World of Ice & Fire: The Untold History of Westeros and the Game of Thrones is a book about the art and history of the world of Westeros and GRRM and his co-authors stopped by the 92nd Street Y to yammer at fanboys  & girls about it. You can listen to the yammering here and look at the pretty, pretty pictures below. After the jump, see my favorite depiction of The Wall, which I almost had in my grasp but I let it slip away. Sad face.

Dragonstone

Dragonstone by Philip Straub

Castle Black & The Wall

Castle Black & The Wall

The Red Keep

The Red Keep by Ted Nasmith

Winterfell

Winterfell

The Iron Throne

The Iron Throne by Marc Simonetti

**UPDATE** Much more after the jump:

The Wall by JC Richard

The Wall by JC Richard

via io9

And don’t forget The Wall that everyone loved first:
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Aegon the Conqueror by Magali Villeneuve

Aegon the Conqueror by Magali Villeneuve

Aegon on Black Dread by Jordi González Escamilla

Aegon on Black Dread by Jordi González Escamilla

Ser Duncan the Tall of the Kingsguard vs Lord Lyonel Baratheon by Chase Stone

Ser Duncan the Tall of the Kingsguard vs Lord Lyonel Baratheon by Chase Stone

Daemon Blackfyre Leading the Charge at Redgrass Field by José Daniel Cabrera Peña

Daemon Blackfyre Leading the Charge at Redgrass Field by José Daniel Cabrera Peña

Battle of the Trident by Justin Sweet

Battle of the Trident by Justin Sweet

The Iron Throne (wider view) by Marc Simonetti

The Iron Throne (wider view) by Marc Simonetti

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