VIRGIN INFLIGHT MAGAZINE: ARTS & CRAFTS Article

"Be downstairs at the brewery at 10:30am. We're gonna get some photos of you."

This happens from time to time.
Photos of some kind of new beer, or a new shirt... "sure, see you there".
Low and behold, good buddy Tom Wilkinson had set up a photoshoot in the brewery, with myself alongside Ginger Taylor and Scotty Dubya. The artists behind Young Henrys

"...you're gonna be featured in Virgin Magazine".

Haha. Amazing. Virgin Magazine. My brain flooded with jokes as if a dam had exploded. This was my first time in Virgin Magazine. Should I be nervous? Was this going to hurt? Was this the right magazine for me? And so on and so forth.

So the three of us sat there, talking shit having a couple of breakfast tinnies while Tom snapped away. From memory, I recall we swapped a series of fucked up jokes and I went on to explain that I'd recently replaced all of my coat-hangers (a remarkably uninteresting story). Although the reason for it was that the metal ones take up less space on the rail and mean I can hang more shirts in my wardrobe, So, slightly educational. And I've somehow told this story a second time... I'll never learn.

 Scott Dubya Williams. Sindy Sinn (me) and Ginger Taylor. Photo by Tom WIlkinson at the Young Henrys brewery.

Scott Dubya Williams. Sindy Sinn (me) and Ginger Taylor. Photo by Tom WIlkinson at the Young Henrys brewery.

COATHANGERS

Next thing you know I'm coming home from a weekend of work in Melbourne. Tired. Bleary-eyed.
Flipping through the pages of Virgin Airline's in-flight magazine (aptly titled Voyeur).

Found it. Bloody found it. There we are. Page 102.
Smiling and joking around about coat-hangers and how to explain to our pals that Virgin Magazine isn't what it sounds like.

 Photo from June 3rd 2018, flying home from a work trip to Melbourne. 

Photo from June 3rd 2018, flying home from a work trip to Melbourne. 

AUDIO TECHNICA: Turntable Timelapse Video

On the 18th of January 2018, I hand-painted a AT-LP120-USB turntable for Audio Technica. And I was joined by the talented Ryan Sauer, who made a time-lapse of the process. The song used is an instrumental mix of HOLE IN THE HEAD (by my band The Persian Drugs).

We started by spray-painting the whole thing black, then lightly pencil-sketching the design onto it. From there I filled in the orange, the yellow and then the white. All the while drinking sneaky-tinnys. Which in the video you can see I've spray painted each one black, haha. By the end of the video I've accrued a small pile of crushed black tinnys.

The design was based off the artwork for the 2018 Record Store Day slipmats. And I've attached the concept for the turntable below. I'll post some photos of the slipmats and Record Store Day murals soon.

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 Behind the scenes as Ryan and Rhys nail the final shots. Filmed at Studio Two in Brunswick, Melbourne.

Behind the scenes as Ryan and Rhys nail the final shots.
Filmed at Studio Two in Brunswick, Melbourne.

Directed, filmed & edited - Ryan Sauer.
Timelapses - Rhys Newling.

THE NIGHT STAN CAME FOR DINNER: #STANCHOS

So here's a funny one. Buckle in. On Tuesday night my beautiful girlfriend Beth and I came home from work, made dinner and settled in to watch the latest season of Workaholics on Stan. Most nights we'll chip away at a couple episodes of whatever shot we're watching, for us it's an end of day unwind. Which is why it was annoying when Stan doesn't play properly. Taking forever to load and when it eventually does, it's blurry and sometimes stops mid-show... it's the opposite of unwinding.

These blurry loading troubles had happened most times we'd tried to watch Stan. And we'd exhausted all avenues of our technical know-how, which is that you can fix anything by turning it off and on again. We'd tried that. Often joke to each other, "Imagine if we could get someone from Stan to come sit with us and see how shit this is ... imagine". So I took to Twitter.

I figured that inviting someone from Stan over for nachos seemed like the friendliest option. It's pretty much the opposite of trolling. And besides, everybody loves nachos.

The next morning, I woke up to an email from someone at Stan named Mike.

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"Who the fuck is Mike Sneesby?" I hear you ask.

Haha, ok sure! So Mike's the boss.
And the offer of beer and nachos had cut through the red-tape of customer service. Straight to the top!
So I emailed Mike back and we worked out the details for both the nachos and the evening.

Probably worth noting at this point, I'm confident that Beth and I make a fucking awesome nachos. Beth is a really good cook, and I have more of a "follow the recipe then add chili" approach to cooking. We make a good team. Usually I'm in charge of guac and the dishes.

And we were now faced with the fact that Stan was coming to dinner. Well, Mike. But Stan. Both.
I was also slightly dubious that maybe he was just calling my bluff.
And that he wasn't going to turn up. Was I going to be Stan'd up?
The emails continued.

Shit ... this is really happening! Mike is recruiting his best and brightest for dinner. All the details are locked in, I started to feel nervous that Stan would work when they were there and that I'd look stupid. Murphys law. But mostly I was excited, this will be fun. Five members from Stan are coming over for dinner. I called Beth and told her what I'd done, " *sigh* Ok. I'll write you a shopping list and you're cleaning up". 

So Thursday comes. A few times throughout the day people would remind me of the impending doom. Yes, I'd told a few people (everybody). At about 4pm I left the studio for the grocery store with shopping list in hand.

  • 3 bags of corn chips
  • 1 kilo of beef mince
  • 4 avocados (street value $25k)
  • 4 cans of diced tomatoes
  • 1 can of sweet corn kernels
  • 3 Old El Paso taco seasoning
  • Sour cream, jalapenos, lemon and coriander.

I met Beth at home and she got stuck into baking a hectare of nachos. I put some clothes away and made sure the first couple of beers tasted cold and delicious. Tick. 7:30pm rolls around. Beth and I look at each other wondering what the fuck we've gotten ourselves into. Why did I have to go and open my big mouth? Then the door-buzzer rings.

In walks a guy in a full body hazmat suit. Having watched Breaking Bad on Stan I knew this man. This is Walter White. "We're here for the pest extermination, mind if we bring in some equipment?". He takes off his respirator gas-mask. It's Beau Ryan. Then in comes the rest of the Stan team. Among them is Mike. Hugs and handshakes were exchanged. And I think we all relaxed as we realized none of us were serial killers.

I showed them what was wrong with my Stan. Thankfully, it didn't work. It played blurry and took ages to load. One of the team was their IT guru. He got stuck straight into the TV, while the rest of us got stuck into the killer nachos. Beth had nailed it. Meanwhile a computer flashed numbers and diagnostics, like some sort of hacker breaking into a crypto-safe. "We're not leaving until this is fixed!" Mike explainedI joked he could sleep on the couch if he needed.

The Stan team were all super nice. A lovely and funny bunch. And we all realised this was ridiculous. As good guests, they'd brought with them a goodie-bag of Stan swag and some extra stuff like Sour Warheads... which they'd secretly discovered was my favourite. They'd done their homework. Which panned out well for me because I fucking looooove Sour Warheads. Mike told me about Stan and how it all started. He also told me about shows that were about to come out that nobody knows about yet (shh). And I talked about my art stuff, Young Henrys beer and how I'd recently found out my next door neighbour is a magician (that's another story). Around 11ish, their guru Pranav has found and isolated some errors. It seems the Stan buffering blah-blah router algorithm blah blah code doesn't like my modem. So they reveal a shiny new modem and Mike triumphantly stomps the old one to death and throws it into the bottom of the ice-watery esky. 

We search for the remote and Stan is opened. Mike sits down with Beth and I , we press play on No Activity. It loads seamlessly and plays crystal clear. Success! I'm pretty excited by all this. There are heaps of fucking rad shows on Stan, and they gave me a pretty solid list of recommendations. On top of everything, there's every episode of Seinfeld. And all it took was a cry for help and offering of beer and nachos. And it was amazing to finally have Stan come witness and fix the problem.

Beth, Mike Sneesby and I on the couch. Having a tinny watching the fixed Stan.

With Stan fixed, we swapped handshakes and hugs one final time. They packed up their tinnys, complimented Beth's nachos one final time then vanished off into the night. They left just after midnight. 

And that, is the night that Stan came for dinner.
If you wanna come over and watch TV with us, shoot me an email.


Update: My phone just exploded with notifications.
PedestrianTV have shared the story. Haha, love it. Great work legends.

INTERVIEW WITH HHHAPPY MAG

I was approached by local art and lifestyle magazine HHHappy Mag,
They wanted to do a feature on me, my artwork and my process.
So I said YEAH and answered some questions.

You can read this article online here:
www.hhhhappy.com/sindy-sinn-aussie-musics-favourite-illustrator-dude

Otherwise I've copied a couple of the questions below.


This article and more are available in print in Happy Mag Issue 7.
Grab your copy here.

BATHER: Boardshort Pattern Design

I was asked by the legends at BATHER how I'd feel about collaborating with them on some limited edition boardies for summer. As some will know, I fucking love summer and I abso-fucking-lutely wanted to work with them on producing some rad shorties. They came had a couple beers with me at the studio and we talked about shorts, repeat-patterns and the physics of how beach-sand can literally make it's way anywhere.

We worked on two colour-ways, each with a different pattern.
A black pair with a prison theme. Skulls, shanks and traditional jail-tatts.
And a blue pair, which had a more simplified skull and shank pattern. 

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I got my hands on a pair of each and they're great shorts. They've done a really nice job with the print and the material. And it was really fun working on my first repeat pattern. I'd love to try more now that I've got my head around it.

They're currently available from General Pants Co. And as Australian summer is coming to an end, they've only got a few left in each size. So a good time for international-folks to grab them as the rest of the world heats up. Here's the links:

Black pair: www.generalpants.com.au/shop-mens/bather/boardshorts/sindy-sinn-swim-short-black-1000071390-001
And the blue pair: www.generalpants.com.au/shop-mens/bather/boardshorts/sindy-sinn-swim-short-blue-1000071389-040

And if you wanna check out the rest of the BATHER range, jump over to their website. www.bather.com

HIGHTEE SCREENPRINTING: Melbourne Mural Artwork

I was stoked to be asked to paint the GIANT factory wall of High Tee Screenprinting's new Melbourne workspace. The nearly three-storey high walls were a pleasure to paint over the hot summery weekend. It took about two (and a bit) long days to paint, using Dulux Weathershield paints, brushes and rollers. The Uni Pro 'Little Ripper' actually played a big part in this mural, as did my pencil on a stick trick.

Given free-rein with the concept, I decided on a motorcycling skeleton dragging a squeegee of ink across the wall... amongst various rad obstacles (snakes and panther). The colours are deliberately bold, with minimal colours, to represent the screenprinting format. 

If you're in the West Footscray area, in need of printing... hit these fellas up.
www.highteescreenprinting.com.au- @highteescreenprinting on

instagram.Photos taken by my good buddy Grizzle.

High up on a retractable ladder, filling in some last few touchups.
The mural goes up into their upstairs ink-storage and office spaces.

The printed sketch I worked from for the mural.
You can see how the artwork extends to the far corners.
Also note the cheeky note I added, before leaving it on their desk.

 My trick for sketching up on a big-scale wall. Taping a pencil to an extension pole ... it's strange, but it works.

My trick for sketching up on a big-scale wall.
Taping a pencil to an extension pole ... it's strange, but it works.

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 Most colours (always yellow and orange) seem to require two sometimes three coats. For this wall, it was best to fill in the yellow a few times, then cut back the black edges.

Most colours (always yellow and orange) seem to require two sometimes three coats.
For this wall, it was best to fill in the yellow a few times, then cut back the black edges.

 The proportions of the wall were slightly different to expected. So I pieced together the sketch to fit around obstacles (like shelving etc). This is a pretty regular occurrence. Being flexible helps quickly fix this.

The proportions of the wall were slightly different to expected.
So I pieced together the sketch to fit around obstacles (like shelving etc).
This is a pretty regular occurrence. Being flexible helps quickly fix this.

 Obligatory selfie in front of a section of the wall. Including the extension pole I'd hung from for the past two days.

Obligatory selfie in front of a section of the wall.
Including the extension pole I'd hung from for the past two days.

 For scale ... here I am air-guitaring infront of the wall. Probably to Blakroc, Fu Manchu or Chemical Brothers (which kept me going through this long and seemingly neverending wall). I also listened to most of Rob Brydon's audiobook 'Small Man In A Book'.

For scale ... here I am air-guitaring infront of the wall. Probably to Blakroc, Fu Manchu or Chemical Brothers (which kept me going through this long and seemingly neverending wall). I also listened to most of Rob Brydon's audiobook 'Small Man In A Book'.

GENERAL PANTS CO: Brisbane Mural

The legends at Authority Creative invited me to be a part of an exciting mural project with General Pants Co. With a new store being built on Elizabeth Street in sunny Brisbane, I was happy to put together sketches and artwork for an installation behind the counter. With an open brief, I put together one of my trademark skeleton-bikers... along with tiger, snake and blooms of smoke.

The two day installation (around a golden elevator shaft) was lots of fun. The General Pants Co merchandising team were busy behind me finding homes for everything in their new store, and it was super fascinating overhearing their retail-process.

I was also trialing a new black. A Dulux Theatre Black, mixed with Grog Death Black additive to make it blacker and more durable. It worked and came out with a thick and very matte (almost powdery) effect. I think next time I'll try it with Weathershield paints. I really like messing with the blacks for murals... as long as there's enough to use across the whole wall.

Mid-mural, I was visited by my buddy Mark from No Cure Magazine.
He took some rad photos of the process.
And did an intervew with Chris Skyner (Authority Creative) about the project:
www.nocuremagazine.com/no-cure-blog/new-murals-at-general-pants-brisbane

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 My taped-dropsheets with assorted paints, brushes and drinks. There is a Starbucks next door ... I must have had FIFTY iced long-blacks.

My taped-dropsheets with assorted paints, brushes and drinks.
There is a Starbucks next door ... I must have had FIFTY iced long-blacks.

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 I filled in the gold with spray paint (MTN94). Then cut back over the gold in the custom matte-black.

I filled in the gold with spray paint (MTN94).
Then cut back over the gold in the custom matte-black.

 Painting around obstacles. This (blinding) light would soon wear the General Pants Co logo.

Painting around obstacles.
This (blinding) light would soon wear the General Pants Co logo.

 The approved sketch... the dimensions changed slightly, but the design still worked really well around the space. Each element is flexible, allowing it to be pieced together.

The approved sketch... the dimensions changed slightly, but the design still worked really well around the space. Each element is flexible, allowing it to be pieced together.

 As well as the main wall I also did some fancy lettering across the walls of the changerooms. This STRIP OFF HERE - GET YOUR GEAR OFF lettering was lots of fun to paint.

As well as the main wall I also did some fancy lettering across the walls of the changerooms. This STRIP OFF HERE - GET YOUR GEAR OFF lettering was lots of fun to paint.

NO CURE MAGAZINE X SINDY SINN

In early 2017 I collaborated with No Cure Magazine, an Australian independent magazine focusing on street art, design, music and creative culture. We have a subscription here at the studio... it's a fucking great magazine. And to be asked to contribute directly to the brand was a massive honor. 

I played with the idea of "The blind leading the blind" and how art is so often inspired by other art, inspired by other art, inspired by other art and so on. How we often look to artists for style-guidance, when they're perhaps lost themselves. The 'follow culture' of modern art.

You can buy the shirt from here:
www.nocuremagazine.com/nc-apparel/no-cure-x-sindy-sinn-tee

The shirt is below, stunning modelled by fellow-artist Mike Watt.
Photographed by boy-wonder Billy Zammit.

BROKE N STOKED: Canadian Apparel Collaboration

In May 2017 I was asked to contribute some artwork to rad Canadian brand BROKE AND STOKED. The rules were simple... something party-orientated in black and white. And thus the BUZZKILL party-tinny was born, in honour of everyone who's ever shotgunned a beer.

They also included the shirt in some of their 2017 Lookbooks (which have always been fucking rad). If you a fan of dude-art... go check out and follow their amazing brand,

You can buy BUZZKILL at: www.brokeandstoked.myshopify.com

TALENT SCOUT: Podcast Interview

In December 2016, I was interviewed by local podcast-heroes, Talent Scout. Over an hour and nine minutes, we talked about everything from how I got started, to my secret love of magic. Lovable hosts Lee and Jaime also point out the smallness of the art-world in Sydney.

I reveal the reasoning for my "French rival" and how to went from a shitty day-job to a full-time artist.
And how I balance my workload and the level of expectation I put on myself. 

You can listen to the podcast on iTunes or on their site.
www.talentscoutpod.com/blog-1/2016/12/9/episode-41-sindy-sinn

SPEED DRAWING: Whiskey Rubber Shirt Design

Whiskey Rubber is a company in Canada who make and sell high quality clothing and parts for Harley Davidsons and motorcycles. So obviously when they asked if I wanted to design a shirt for them, I was stoked. 

To make things more interesting, I recorded my computer screen during the process of drawing the shirt. You can see (at hyper-speed) each step of putting it together. 

Buy the shirt here: www.whiskeyrubber.com

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SOL INVICTUS: Shirt Collaboration / Q&A.

In November 2016, I collaborated with badass local motorcycle dudes Sol Invictus. They asked me some questions, and I answered them. They featured me and the artwork we made on their blog.

Here's a link to the blog post (I've also pasted it below):
http://solinvictus.com.au/blogs/news/illustrator-dude-sindy-sinn

And here's a link to the shirt:
http://solinvictus.com.au/products/sol-sindy-tee-black


If you've spent any time in Sydney's Inner West chances are you're familiar with illustrator / pirate Sindy Sinn's work. His bold-yet-loose hand drawn style is instantly recognisable and perfectly characterises the fun, creative, laid-back vibe of brands and venues such as The Courthouse HotelMary's and Young Henry's to name a few.

What do you consider yourself as? Artist or designer? 
I consider myself an illustrator. Mostly working in the band, bar and beer aspects of the world. I have a hand-drawn style, which I translate digitally in preparation for commercial-reproduction. So whilst I spend a lot of time at the computer, my artwork has a hand-done feeling to it, which I like. I’ve actively avoided things like rulers my whole life, there’s a lot of character in a wonky line.
To answer the question, I guess I’m sort of neither and both. Maybe more of a drawsigner? At the end of the day, I like to draw fucked up skulls with a cold beer to a soundtrack of sabbath.

How did you get started in the industry?
I’ve always liked drawing, and I got started years ago drawing posters for my mate’s bands. Over time I got better and figured out my process, while the projects and bands I’m involved with have gotten bigger. Working for some huge bands like The Misfits, Kreator and Parkway Drive has opened a lot of doors.
At the moment I run an art-studio in Newtown, and we’re very fortunate to have a great crew around us. Being nice, working hard and knowing when to shut-up can get you a long way in any industry. 

Do you have any artistic / stylistic influences?
Millions. With the internet at everyone’s fingertips, it’s easy to tap into a world of incredible artwork. Artists like Jim Phillips, Sketchy Tank, Tallboy, Burrito Breath, Alex Lehours, Ben Baker and Mike Watt inspire me. 
I think inspiration is one of those things you can really find anywhere if you’re looking for it. You could see someone walking down the street and wonder what’s in their lunchbox, maybe it’s an octopus! From there draw the lunchbox with a slimey-tentacle hanging out of it, maybe a lollypop or a juice-straw stuck to it. And your individual style will dictate how that looks, how detailed it is even down to what colour the tentacle is. Being confident in your style and your process is as important as the ideas you funnel into it. 

You recently collaborated with us on a tee. In your mind what makes a killer collab?
Killer collaborations happen when both parties are onboard and willing to share the experience and the process. I regularly collaborate with local beer-legends Young Henrys, and it’s always a really satisfying experience.
Working with Sol Invictus has been equally amazing. It started with an email which I turned into some sketches. We had some beers over sketches, we made some changes and we massaged into place what became the final design. And I think the result looks fucking rad. I’m proud of the work we’ve done together, we bloody nailed it. Plus the crew down at Aisle6ix Industries did a great job with the print, a killer team from start to finish. 

What would be your dream project? 
I have a list of bands that I’d love to work for… the dream list. Bands like Red Fang, Queens Of The Stone Age and Rob Zombie are on that list. Being given some artistic control on one of their projects is a bit of a wet-dream scenario for me. 
So far I’ve been relatively fortunate to have worked with some dream clients.
Designing shirts for Mambo and The Rolling Stones have both been pretty big ticks on the bucketlist. But at the moment, I’m working on a range of shirts and prints for my own website: www.sindysinn.com.au 
Making time to work on my own stuff has been really enjoyable (...even if the client’s a bit of a jerk). And if anyone is keen to get their own rad artwork, get in touch. I won’t bite. 

TWENTY-FUCKIN-SEVENTEEN

Another year is upon us. Fuck, what happened to the last one!
Just as I get used to writing "2016" on things, it fucking changes. 
I'm also guessing this year many more of my favourite rockstars will die. Bummer.

But, I'm super-excited to get stuck into a new year and some really exciting projects.
Including the launch of a heap of new shirt designs (go check it out).

Twenty fuckin seventeen ... let's do this!

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'WASTED LIFE' EXHIBITION: NOV 9TH, GOODSPACE

Very excited to announce my first ever debut solo exhibition, WASTED LIFE.  On Wednesday November 9th I'll be taking over the walls of Goodspace, Chippendale. Exhibiting unique and limited art inspired by a life of drinking and self-inflicted decay.

Sponsored by Young Henrys beer and Aisle6ix screenprinting.
6pm til the beer runs out, Wednesday 9th of November. 

Goodspace Gallery. 115 Regent St, Chippendale.

Source: www.sindysinn.com.au

GET FAT: MARY'S SHIRT ILLUSTRATION

Five-hundred million years ago, I drew two t-shirts for MARY'S.
A collaboration between Newtown's fresh-faced burger-bar and Young Henrys.
The shirts "I GOT FAT" and "EAT, DRINK & BE MARY'S" went on to sell thousands of shirts.

And only recently did I remember recording the onscreen process for it.
So if you're the owner of one of these shirts ... here's where it came from.
Hand-sreenprinted by Aisle6ix Industries onto AS Colour garments. 

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THE VOICE / NIVEA: Storyboard Artwork

In May this year, I worked with Now We Collide agency on storyboard artwork for a Nivea and The Voice TV commercial. I was sent a written version of the script, along with some photos of the (at the time unannounced) finalists and studio locations. After breaking down and deciphering the advertising-hieroglyphics, I put together the composition for nearly thirty shots, each one focusing on how the contestants would interact with the Nivea products. 

And whilst it was a lot of work with a fast turnaround, it's really satisfying to see the final result... which I've included a link to at the bottom. 

Some fun facts about me relating to deodorant:

  • I actually use Nivea deodorant, the 48 hour Silver Protect.
  • I prefer roll-on to spray. I don't know why. I just do.
  • Most mornings I attempt to throw the deodorant bottle over my shoulder and catch it behind my back. I catch it about 3 out of 10 times... but regardless, my girlfriend is never impressed by it. 

FEATURED ARTIST: THE LOOP'S FREELANCER BLOG

I'm very honoured to be a part of The Loop's blog, as a featured freelancer. They got in touch with me via email in the week prior and fired seven juicey questions at me about how I got into freelance illustration, my processes, my inspirations and most importantly... what I order at MARY'S. 

If you're in the mood for a quick read, have a look! 

BACK TO WORK: 2016 Here we come!

So I'm officially back at the studio after a relaxing Christmas holidays.
I did all the normal (Australian) holiday stuff ... swam, surfed and sun-baked. 
And now after all that chilling-out, I'm winding back up again and getting into 2016.

After all the holiday-beers, I'm trying to be a good-boy.
Hopefully nobody Snake Eyes Studios touches my delicious fruit. 
If you're looking for artwork, I'm back in the studio... get in touch

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THE GREAT WALL: Pyrmont Art-Installation

Collaborating with Buildcorp, Urbanest, Leadlease and Scrimworks... I worked on a 60m wide by 13m high art installation in Pyrmont / Darling Harbour. Without a doubt, one of the biggest public artworks in Sydney this year. 

The almost 800 square-metre wall divides the huge student accommodation construction project, which is next door to the prolific Powerhouse Museum. These shots were taken on the 12th of September 2015, as two cranes installed over 250 pieces of industrial ply.

PEDESTRIAN TV: "Men of many talents"

Fuck, it was a while ago now. 
But on December 2nd 2013, I was included in a blog post on Pedestrian TV. The blog (titled "MEET MEN OF MANY TALENTS" focused on several busy men and I. They wanted to know what made me tick, and enquired about things I do and love outside of illustration.

A lot has changed since then, I'm now full-time freelance.
But on the other hand, I still really love burritos.

Check out the article, otherwise here's my part of it:

Meet Sindy Sinn. We discovered him hanging around some rather derelict brick buildings in St Peters, taking a break from screen printing band shirts. Working for APRA|AMCOS, if you need to know anything about music licensing and copyright, Sindy is most definitely your man. When he’s not thinking about the creative law, Sindy is a freelance illustrator with a penchant for big and bold ‘90s style cartoons (think Ren & Stimpy).
Currently customising a motorcycle helmet (which is rather hard considering it’s like painting a bowling-ball), Sindy needs to keep his hands busy otherwise he feels odd. Aside from that, Sindy is really – and we mean really 
– passionate about burritos.