If you have ever been around for a drink in a bar or simply have been walking around the streets of Newtown in Sydney's inner west, chances are you would have come across artwork by Sindy Sinn.
You cannot miss his style of skulls, roses, motorbikes and anything and everything surrounding the theme of playful death (if there was ever such a category).
Take these classics as examples.
I was able to have a candid chat with Sindy and I am happy to report that the man is quite jovial even with his busy-ass schedule (his colourful language and the tone of our conversation is rubbing off on this post).
I was able to grab a sneak peek of his upcoming Nightcrawler Co project which will be launching in a month's time which extends his brand to children.
An interesting fact: Sindy used to be a touring roadie for bands and came across illustration by chance when he helped create material for bands on tour. The switch came naturally and his name got out organically as people latched on and identified with his no B.S. approach.
If you want to see read more about "The Sinnful one" check his About page out. The page does a great job of painting the picture about the dude behind the brand. You can also follow him on Instagram account @SindySinn to check his latest and greatest creations.
And shout out of "thanks" to Sindy for taking time off and downing a couple of Young Henry's with me. Drop me a line if you ever need shots man!