It was the largemouth bass staring up at him from his sink that first sparked Flynn’s imagination.
“I poured the coffee sediment from my French press into the kitchen sink and two droplets landed above the drain. It looked like a largemouth bass getting ready to strike at its next meal and made me laugh, so I took a photo of it,” he recalls.
A month later, Flynn intentionally drew a face in his kitchen sink sediment. It was the beginning of what he would develop into an original, proprietary art form he calls SinkCoffiti. He’d later trademark the name — the second time in his life he legally claimed a new name.
“I was named after my dad, Robert James Flynn. My last name was my nickname, which turned into my stage name. I legally became Flynn about six years ago,” he…
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