Seeing the characters we’d read about in books come to life through David Benioff and D. B. Weiss’s eight-season television show was an experience like no other. But AI artist @msbananaanna soon realized that the characters she imagined from George R.R Martin’s descriptions were totally different to the ones she saw on the screen. Yes, the casting directors for Game of Thrones got some major characters from the Seven kingdoms totally wrong. This is what they should have looked like.
The modeling industry has slowly, but surely, begun to catch up with society’s changing views on beauty. Although there’s still a lot of work to be done, significant progress has been made in what’s culturally accepted as “beautiful” and these gorgeous models are making history by being part of that change. In an industry that was once dominated by people who all looked the same, a new type of beauty has emerged, one in which our unique differences are celebrated rather than shunned.
For decades, hordes of young and beautiful women followed the likes of Keith Richards, Axl Rose, Mick Jagger, and Steven Tyler across the globe. They won over the hearts of gritty lead singers and broke the hearts of bass players, and they inspired the music that we still know and love today. Yes, these women were so much more than just another notch on these men’s bedposts. For many of these rock stars, they were their muse.