The first line of Stranger and Fiction products have landed at SAF HQ, and are biding their time before the official launch of the new Online Collective that they will be calling home.
With many more SAF products in the works, as well as collaboration pieces, I could not be happier with the quality and aesthetics of these first few.
These guys are available in three sizes, and are perfect for carrying your new find at the vinyl stall at your local weekend market. Strong enough for your butter and bread shopping, and bright enough for a day at the beach or a picnic in the park.
I searched for a long time before I found somewhere that created an optimum quality case, as well as producing exceptional print quality. Available to order in any print, in all iPhone and [the most important] Android styles.
I absolutely love these. The texture of the cushions fabric looks a-mazing behind the vivid imagery from SAF, and look ridiculously good anywhere in your house. You really need to see these in person to get the full affect. Hey, you can do that – the Stranger and Fiction Studio in West End is filled with coffee, cameras, and now cushions.
What makes that fresh shot taste even fresher? A rad Stranger and Fiction printed mug, that’s what.
The new Stranger and Fiction postcards are another product that I spent a good amount of time researching. I wanted something that was the quality of an above average art print, with the added fun of sending it through the post as is. When your lucky friend receives their postcard, they have something that is of framing quality, but with the ease of tacking it to the wall if they so choose.
These guys are available in about 30 designs, and you’ll be able to grab them individually or in packs.
I featured these guys a few posts back. Art print quality, in the form of a greeting card. Perfect.
Do you like Pt I in the new Stranger and Fiction product range?
There are high quality art prints, photographic prints, stickers and more to come.
The final shoots and input of product to the new online collective is still underway, and I am so keen for the launch it hurts a little. Get excited for more local products, more local artists, more ethical and sustainable stuff and just really cool stuff.