Anna is a Berlin based, Australian born artist and art director. She started the Instagram Good Food Crap Drawing as a way of documenting her food footsteps. Luckily for us, she soon began to render some of her favourite wines using her eponymous connector-pen style under the name Good Wine Crap Drawing. We collaborated with Anna recently to develop a range of illustrations of some of our favourite wines, which are available in our store.
Below, you can get to know Anna a little better through our twelve question Case Study.
Usually panic, if there's nothing on the list that I recognise.
I honestly don't know anymore? If you keep going back for more, if it makes you smile, then it's good.
Nothing comes to mind, I think I drank too much to remember?
I will drink wine with anyone, but it's especially enjoyable with my friends who love drinking it and who don't take it too seriously.
There's nothing better than a Pet Nat, 90's r'n'b, sunshine, the salty ocean breeze and sand between your toes.
Probably fish and chips or fried chicken.
I finally got to drink the 2011 Pierre Overnoy - Emmanuel Houillon Arbois Pupillin Poulsard, last year and then got to try it again this year. It was interesting to see how the same vintage changed over a year!
Both times were at a friend's place.
Not really. Just good times shared between both.
To just enjoy it, trust your instincts about what you're drinking and have fun!
I try to! Trusting your own beliefs and instincts in life aren't as easy as it sounds though.
Something Aussie. I miss Australia and (some of) it's wines. Maybe something from Ochota Barrels - I really loved Taras' approach to wine making and it was sad to lose him.