Free NFT Giveaway
In a first for an Australian drinks brand, we have created a bunch of light-hearted, relevant NFTs (with minimal carbon footprint) and we’re giving away uniquely minted versions to you, for free! For this range of NFTs, it’s simply about having a bit of fun, commissioning artwork that takes a tongue-in-cheek look at our Aussie culture.
If you’d like to grab yourself one of these pieces then you will simply need to set up a Metamask Wallet, and send your “receive” address to NFT@insideoutng.com.au, along with your choice of artwork, from Eryn Leggat’s masterpieces below, by December 10, 2021.
Inside Out will then transfer a uniquely minted artwork to your Metamask wallet by 17 December 2021, for you to own forevermore.
Frothin’ for a surf or surfin’ the web with a frothy coffee? Whatever your morning looks like, we’ve got you. Nothing gets the suns-out-guns-out feeling going like an oat and almond frothy cap. We’ll have what the sunny dude’s drinking.
THE PERSISTENCE OF MILK - TIME'S UP
Like our double-period theory lesson on Dali back in Year 7, some things are better left in the past. We think dairy milk might be one of them.
Our teacher, Mrs Shatz, taught us that the original artwork was about memory being fallible or something. We don't know, we weren't paying that much attention. This cheap homage is about how good almond milk is though.
Have you ever had that conversation on a tinder date with a guy in a beanie and he’s all “Oh, YoU hAvEn’T rEaD InFiNiTe JeSt?” and suddenly you feel like a moron?
Yeah…uh… neither. We’ve totally read it. Cough.
Anyway, if you run into Ethan tell him he owes me a chai latte on almond milk.
WELL, IT'S NOT SOUP
They say that Andy Warhol painted soup because he liked it. We think he would have liked our almond milk too... and he definitely would have had something to say about NFTs, that's for sure.
What's better than one litre of Inside Out Almond Milk? Four litres of Inside Out Almond Milk.
PHONE DRINKS FIRST
We’re going to let you in on a secret. We once ordered three extra coffees from Speedo’s to make sure we got one with the perfect lettering on top.
We got a lot done that day. But really, if a flat white on oat is consumed without being grammed… did it even happen?
NOW WITH OAT!
They say that Andy Warhol painted soup because he liked it. We think he would have liked our oat milk too... and he definitely would have had something to say about NFTs, that's for sure.
What's better than one litre of Inside Out Oat Milk? Four litres of Inside Out Oat Milk.
Exclusive NFT Competition
In a celebration of our rich, Australian history, at Inside Out we also want to pay homage to two topics closer to our hearts. The first pays our respect to Indigenous peoples, and the significance of their culture to the identity of Australia. We find it impossible to claim to be proudly Australian without appreciating the richness of one of the world’s oldest cultures. While the second is the farming industry and its incredible unsung heroes who are the backbone of our economy. A picture really is worth a thousand words.
To be in with a chance to win one of only 5 minted NFTs for each artwork, simply like and comment on the exclusive NFT competition post on our Instagram (@insideoutng), telling us what it is that you love about Australia! #insideoutloves
Sandra Cipriotti, Artist Statement:
Unsung Heroes is a warm and moving piece that celebrates our local farmers and growers, our unsung heroes. It recognises their contribution to our country and pays homage to generations of Australian farmers who have had to battle day to day adversity – from drought to bushfires to a raging pandemic - in support of their families and our economy, without any material recognition or appreciation. The blossoming almond trees is a subtle nod to Inside Out.
Sandra Cipriotti, Artist Statement:
To claim to be Australian, we have to acknowledge and pay respect to First Nations peoples as the Traditional Owners and ongoing custodians of the land. Our Aboriginal and Indigenous people are Australia, as Australian as our landscape, and like Australia's natural beauty, to be celebrated.
Always Was is a celebratory artwork featuring First Nations peoples in acknowledgement of our rich Indigenous culture. It visually depicts the notion that they are, like our land and nature, a central part of Australia's fabric.
The touches of red, yellow, and black throughout the piece honour their rich culture. The painted South Australian landscape depicted here references Inside Out's almond supply source. And the spiritual esoteric qualities of the piece are symbolic of their profound spiritual connection to the land.