Justin Timberlake’s Mugshot Turned Art Piece in Hamptons Gallery Following DWI Arrest

Justin Timberlake's recent DWI arrest has inspired a unique art piece now on display at the Romany Kramoris Gallery in Sag Harbor, New York.

Justin Timberlake’s Mugshot Turned Art Piece in Hamptons Gallery Following DWI Arrest
Life Style

Justin Timberlake’s mugshot, taken after his June 18 DWI arrest, has been transformed into a limited-edition art piece at the Romany Kramoris Gallery in Sag Harbor. The 43-year-old singer was charged with driving while intoxicated, running a stop sign, and failure to stay in his lane. According to the police report, Timberlake showed signs of intoxication, including bloodshot eyes and slurred speech, and failed several sobriety tests.

The arrest occurred in Sag Harbor, where Timberlake was booked by police for allegedly operating his vehicle in an intoxicated condition. Artist Godfrey Lohman turned Timberlake’s mugshot into a vibrant art piece available in several colors. The gallery, which plans to display these pieces throughout the summer, has seen "nonstop lines" of onlookers eager to see the artwork, priced at $520 each.

Gallery owner Romany Kramoris expressed excitement about the new addition, stating, “My reaction was, ‘Oh my God!’ That’s great! It’s just great!” Leslie Raff, a gallery employee, added, “[Timberlake’s mugshot] is our most contemporary piece! It’s au courant.”

Timberlake was arrested early on June 18 after a police officer observed his BMW running a stop sign and failing to stay on the right side of the road. The arrest report detailed his apparent intoxication, noting the strong odor of alcohol and his poor performance on field sobriety tests. Timberlake was processed at the Sag Harbor Police Headquarters and later released on his own recognizance. He is set to appear in court on July 26, coinciding with his tour date in Kraków, Poland.

This arrest came during Timberlake’s Forget Tomorrow World Tour, which was on a brief hiatus following a sold-out show in Miami. His tour is set to continue with stops in Maryland, Pennsylvania, Ohio, and Kentucky before heading overseas.