6 Brands Based on Game of Thrones Houses
If Game of Thrones and the houses described in the show/books was a real thing, they’d probably have companies and brands named after them.
The folks at Shutterstock did an awesome job of using some of their stock footage, adding a few words and letters on them, and made a brand for some of the major houses from Game of Thrones which looks so good and so real it’s actually surprising no one has made one of these companies.
Winter is coming, which means it’s going to get quite cold, especially in the North. Who better than the Starks, who make their coats out of Direwolf fur, to sell the right kind of clothes to the rest of the realm?
House Lannister are rich, and they’ve been known to hand out quite “generous” loans to the crown, although they’re quite prickly about anyone not paying them back.
The Targaryen’s sigil is a dragon with three heads; being the only house that has a history of its lords riding dragons, it kinda feels natural they’ll be modernized into an airline. Just remember: Even the Targaryens eventually fell.
Antlers have nothing to do with Security, but the fact that two of the three Baratheon brothers start off as impressive warriors means they’d probably be quite good at being security guards.
The Arryns usually stick to their own business, but living up above the Vale in the Mountains of the Moon and especially the Eyrie, they make the perfect house to be in charge of the mobile services.
Being vikings (with a Kraken as the Greyjoy sigil), the Iron-born are the most perfect of the Westerosi (even though they don’t live on the mainland) to take you on an exciting and potentially dangerous cruise in the sunset sea.
For a little more artistic play with Game of Thrones houses and sigils, check out Game Of Thrones House Sigils, The Gaming Version.