Pharrell Williams Fan Art, You Really Must Own
GloriaChandler on Society6
We had nearly forgotten about Pharrell until he catapulted back into the music scene with the ultimate collaboration trifecta: 'Get Lucky', 'Blurred Lines' and 'Happy'. Now Pharrell is everywhere, and he's bringing his giant Mountie hat with him. We think he should have stopped short of collaborating with Future and Pusha T in 'Move That Dope', to avoid saturating the market and spreading himself too thin again.
To celebrate the recent release of Pharrell's long-awaited album, GIRL, we gathered the best Pharrell fan art from etsy and Society6. These artists would certainly be 'Happy' if you purchased their works:
Keep it classy with this print of Pharrell by by Gloria Chandler on Society6 (above).
See also: Green Day Fan Art, You Really Must Own
charm456 on etsy
We thought Pharrell donated his signature hat to charity, but it looks like he found an identical replacement. Be equally as obnoxious as Pharrell with these dangle earrings by charm456.
Mwanel Pierre-Louis on Society6
Ode to Pharrell's new hit single 'Happy', the catchiest song of the year so far. Print of an acrylic painting by Mwanel Pierre-Louis on Society6.
IconicWalls on etsy
Who wouldn't want Pharrell staring them down while they eat breakfast every morning? Vinyl decal by IconicWalls.
AlekSia on Society6
Pharrel looks pretty cozy in this print by AlekSia on Society6. Bonus: the image promotes Pharrell's 'i am OTHER' cultural movement/creative collective.
Bram Vanhaeren on Society6
Home Alone 5: Pharrell Williams, Lost in L.A. We'd watch it. Print by Bram Vanhaeren on Society6.
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