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If the Game of Thrones Credits Were Done by Saul Bass

Would Saul Bass have created something more elegant and inventive than this mock-up by Milan Vuckovic if he had actually been asked to design opening credits for Game of Thrones? Sure. Saul Bass was the best at what he did.

But this 1960s-style opening for the show, scored to the “smooth jazz” version of the theme song by Scott Bradlee (featuring Dave Koz on saxophone), is pretty fun nonetheless.

(Via Reddit.)  

Previously
The Art of the Title Sequence From Mad Men to Zombieland
The History of Title Sequences
The Game of Thrones Theme Song Gets a Smooth Jazz Cover

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