With a per-episode budget of around million, Game of Thrones is known as one of the most expensive TV series ever made, but that hasn’t stopped the hit fantasy show’s costume designer from cutting corners.
During a talk at a Getty Museum event in Los Angeles last year, which has just recently been receiving attention online, the show’s head costume designer Michele Clapton revealed that the capes worn by its Night Watch members can be found at Swedish homeware shop, Ikea.
So I used sustainable felt that you can buy in any craft shop to make cut-outs of a Bakelite telephone, Robin Day chairs and a couple of Penguin Classics.
"I painted the legs white, too, to make it a blank canvas for the shapes and colours.
Who: Jamie Anley, Astrid Zala and Phil Nutley (pictured left, left to right) are the directors of JAM, an experiential branding consultancy that works with companies such as Audi, Whirlpool and Evian on a range of projects from furniture design to film, intended to create tangible representations of a brand's values.
' JAM are creative directors of the interior-design exhibition 100% Design London from 24-27 September ( Jamie and Phil will also appear on a new BBC2 series about people and their homes in June.
"The cabinet is so simple that it lends itself to a lot of ideas.
I didn't want to deconstruct it too much because as a working piece, it is perfect, so I focused on changing its appearance by cladding the exterior in cubes of various sizes made from recycled beech pallets.
It is believed they are copying another pill, a pink tablet embossed with the Rolls Royce logo that was particularly dangerous.
A spokeswoman for Dyfed Powys Police said: 'We are urging anyone considering taking ecstasy to firstly, not put their health and lives at risk.'Secondly be particularly careful if offered MDMA named Ikea, blue and yellow tablets branded with the Ikea logo, or Rolls Royce, which are pink tablets embossed with the Rolls Royce logo.'In the last month several teenagers have been admitted to hospital in Pembrokeshire suffering the effects of ecstasy including dangerously high heart rates, sweating, and in one instance a patient had to be put on a ventilator.'The most recent incident being the hospitalisation of a 16-year-old girl last night.