Robbie Williams is making greeting card-sized artwork to sell at a new gallery he’s organising.
The 46-year-old singer is hand-painting his designs on to playing cards printed with his tune lyrics, which he is painstakingly typing out utilizing simply two fingers on a pink typewriter.
He has plans to showcase the playing cards at his new venture, a gallery that turns right into a nightclub.
Robbie says: “It’s going to be the opposite of Studio 54, which was exclusive and pretentious.”
He says he will DJ at membership nights referred to as Kindness, and throw pyjama events for all in his venue.
His newest works embody the lyrics, “I’m contemplating thinking about thinking, it’s overrated just get another drink in” from Come Undone.
He’s additionally utilizing, “I didn’t lose my mind, it was mine to give away” from No Regrets.
But he says: “Nothing from Angels. Too obvious.”
Robbie plans to put heftier worth tags on his bigger artwork, which incorporates 40 canvasses he painted throughout final year’s lockdowns however needed to embody extra inexpensive one-offs.
He says: “I think what will happen is people will take the worst ones and go, ‘He’s trying to sell these’.”
On a reside stream yesterday, faux-grimacing at his postcard-sized choices, Robbie added: “But f*** ’em. I’m really magnificently excited about it.”