Beck Portraits You Really Must Own


After a long hiatus, Beck has returned to the musical forefront with Morning Phase, a dreamy album that is swimming in accolades.

Fans need not anticipate another dearth of Beck tunes. According to Rolling Stone, Beck is already working on a followup album to Morning Phase that he hopes to release within the next year.

To celebrate the return of this folksy Los Angeles native, we’ve curated a collection of fan art from etsy that proves either Beck is really easy to draw, or his fans are really talented. We’re assuming it’s the latter. You can catch Beck at Coachella this year or on his North American tour.

The archival print by PopMediaIllustrated (above) should be album art. The appearance, shape and texture of this print has “limited edition vinyl” written all over it.

See also: Did Beck’s Band (and Hat) Upstage Him on SNL?

A hand-pulled silkscreen print by stacyswirl is an extremely limited edition. She’s only making 12, folks. And we want one.

An original drawing by ThomasHoyleArtist is incredibly realistic. It appears the artist has documented every freckle/mole/blemish.

We’re getting a Bowie-by-Picaso vibe from a modern interpretation of Beck by ConfettiWestern on etsy.

A Beck portrait by NumberEleven is printed on a 1930’s dictionary page. Now, if it were printed on a Spanish slang dictionary page which included the word ‘Odelay’–instead of ‘fish beam’–we’d be really impressed.

A spray-painted shirt by LowLevel features lyrics from “Lost Cause”–the Beck song most likely to play during a sappy television sitcom moment or movie flashback montage.

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