See tiny Game of Thrones sculptures carved into pencil tips at this free exhibition in Singapore

The epic show scaled down to mini proportions

So Game of Thrones announced a 3-month later season premiere date this year, and between the despondent weeping and intense feelings of loss, we desperately need something to tide us over.

Perhaps a way to get up close to our favourite GoT memorabilia might help? We’re talking really, really close here because you’re about to see the show from a perspective unlike any other.

HBO Asia has teamed up with Russian artist and sculptor, Salavat Fidai to carve 16 Game of Thrones sculptures into the tips of fragile graphite pencils. Yes, you read that right, pencil freaking tips.

The amazing (and tiny) display will showcase microsculpture carvings of many cool things from the show, including the Iron Throne, the Night’s King, house sigils, dragons and iconic weapons like Jon Snow’s Long Claw — all replicated in perfect, intricate detail.

Game of Thrones A Pencil Microsculpture Exhibition by Salavat Fidai is happening in Singapore from 22 April to 4 June between 11.30am to 8.30pm daily at K+ Curatorial Space, Scotts Square. The best part? Admission is absolutely free.

So bring along your macro lenses and reading glasses and get ready to have your mind blown.

Game of Thrones season 7 premieres July 17 at 9am exclusively on HBO.