Ori Kami Collective

Ori Kami Collective

It’s almost here.

As you may know if you follow Stranger and Fiction on Facebook, SAF has been heavily involved in the dreaming and creation of a brand new Online Collective, featuring the works of amazingly creative people and their small businesses or art forms. Growing steadily since conception, the store is now in its final stages of testing, and with this milestone I thought that I should finally share some of the extremely exciting Stranger and Fiction products I have been working on for a very, very long time.

So, without further ado -


SAF Phone Cases

iPhone and S Galaxy cases featuring the work of Stranger and Fiction. These cases are individually printed through a special process, resulting in zero fading, peeling or self destruction of any kind. The colours are really true, with a nice sharpness to really make your case a traveling art piece.





SAF Tote Bags.

These tote bags are probably my favourite way of displaying my images. The colours are intense, the fabric is soft yet strong and durable, and they are big enough to fit your record score from the Sat markets in snuggly and safe.





SAF Throw Cushions

Printed on a similar soft but durable fabric, the SAF Throw Cushions make any lounge or bed look rad. They make for an awesome feature or statement in a room, but can also help create that cool eclectic vibe too.





The zip is nice and hidden to really keep all eyes on the double sided SAF print.





SAF Greeting Cards.

Featuring high quality satin gloss prints on 300gsm card, these are perfect to grab as a one off for someone’s special day, or in a pack so you’ve always got something on hand.





SAF Art Print Postcards.

Why are these Art Print Postcards and not just Postcards? Because I searched and tested many, many printers before I found exactly what I was looking for – a simple, usable postcard that was as close to art print quality as possible.

Flip em, write em, send em, frame em.


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I hope you liked the quick little teaser I’ve put together today. There are plenty of different SAF images to choose from over the new product range, with more items already in the works that should be landing some time next month.

For the next few days leading up to launch, I’m going to be showing you more sneak peaks of the other brands already on board.

Get keen.



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World Press Photo Exhibition

Sunday was a good day.

With the release of The World Press Photo Exhibition winners for another year, the Powerhouse Brisbane was our Sunday arts destination.




What a suburb clash of mediums that the Powerhouse creates with its graffiti splattered walls as backdrop for the traveling shows.





Elements from the past were scattered and hidden around corners as we explored the exhibition space.






There were quite a few people throughout the space, all staring captivatingly at the image they were on.





We finished our wander through the factory corridors and catacombs and decided it was time to debrief over something to eat.





With the autumn sun blazing outside, we enjoyed the fresh air and cool breeze as we walked back to the car across New Farm Park.




Our Sunday late lunch destination – Eat St Markets.

A warm dhal and freshly fried roti warmed my bones as the sky changed once again from blue to gold.




Scattered and scrolling along Portside, the markets look on as passing ships and vessels make their way slowly out to sea.




With our bellies and minds full of the day, we all turned homeward bound and bid the weekend adieu.




Make sure you see the World Press Photo Exhibition – be aware that it is not for the light of heart.

Did you have a happy Sunday?

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As the autumn sun sets over the city, commuters flitting over concrete pathways, there is the ebbing, questioning thought of what would happen if you just stood still amidst it all.




Does the concrete conveyer belt keep moving you along, shoved and propped by the arms and elbows of passers by?








Do buildings change shape, perspective running away in front of you as the city stretches and grows?








Does you breathing stop – caught ahead in the bustling crowds and taken?








Don’t forget to stand still.


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