It has been a huge week since I posted my Stone & Wood tinnie drawing – definitely the most popular piece I’ve done in a while. So many people reached out to let me know they were vibing the colours – thanks for all the comments and 🔥 emojis!

As it turns out the legends who made the original brew, Stone & Wood Brewing, also found it pretty cool. They reached out to find a bit more about me, my art, and exactly how I pulled together the tinnie sketch. In their words:

Last week, whilst doing our daily flick through the gram for inspiring beery news and content, a notification popped up – It was a tag from Sydney based artist Dean Spinks. The post what we thought at the time was a close-up photograph of our Original Pacific Ale can, but after flicking through Dean’s Instagram account of hand-sketched portraits and photorealism art, we quickly realised it was a drawing. Dean had sketched every little detail of the floral design, the shadowing and coloured in the entire can with the signature Pacific Ale orange using a blend of light yellows and dark oranges. A piece of art that took concentration, time and precision.

Read the full interview on the Stone & Wood website: www.stoneandwood.com.au/the-artist-behind-the-pacific-ale-tinnie-drawing/

Huge thanks to Stone & Wood for the leg up with this one. It’s great to get some support and exposure from genuine brands like this (not to mention the slab of frothies! 🍻🍻🍻)

If you missed it, I’m doing a limited run of A2 & A3 tinnie prints available on my Etsy store: www.etsy.com/au/listing/715171633/stone-wood-tinnie-limited-edition-print