Robbie Williams Goes Pop… Art?

Robbie Williams

David Bowie does it. Sir Paul McCartney does it. Hell, even Psychedelic Furs‘s Richard Butler has had a dabble. And now, Robbie Williams has revealed that he, too, has immersed himself in painting.

Williams, who will soon embark on a sold-out tour of the UK and Europe with Take That, recently took to his personal blog to share his some of his work, which leans somewhat on the pop art side. And honestly, some of it’s pretty cool.

"24 Hr Party People"

“I know it’s been ages since you have heard anything from me,” he wrote. “I have been flying round the world on promo with the TT lads and loving it… amazing. In our down time, which hasn’t been much, I found I really liked painting. Of course I then had to turn my whole garage into ‘art club’ and got all my L.A. mates into it too.”

Wow, talk about the passion! Williams also went on to say that he’ll eventually put some of his “favorite” pieces on T-shirts, which will be available for purchase via his official online shop under the Farrell Apparel tag. The name pays tribute to his grandfather Jack Farrell.

Interested? A shirt showcasing Williams’ spin on English comedian Marty Feldman is ready. If you want to pony up $57 (£34.99), all proceeds will go to charity. Not a bad deal, yeah?

Hey Rob, how about that Rod Stewart drawing? We wanna see that too!