Stray Cash was my first project, and when it launched, it sparked a massive debate about Australian identity and was widely liked and shared across all forms of media, and quickly went viral.
These prints were a long time coming and I'm happy that the fans of the concept, particularly the many who have emailed me about getting their hands on some Straya Cash, can now do so.
I’m also blown away with how they turned out. The designs are printed on Polypropylene synthetic paper, making them look like a real Australian banknote.
The prints are signed and numbered by me and each denomination comes in editions of 100. Each note is mounted on board with photo corners and comes framed, with the choice of either black or white.
I have enjoyed working with artist Ben Frost and Stupid Krap to put these prints together, and feel free to send me any photos of STRAYA CASH hanging in your pool room (whatever that may be).
CLICK HERE to view the print gallery or have a browse at the other art on Stupid Krap.
Feel free to contact me if you have any inquires about the prints or the project in general: firstname.lastname@example.org