December 13, 2017

Christmas gift edit + VIP shopping day

Safari Fusion blog >< Christmas gift edit + VIP shopping day | 15% off today only for our Mailing List subscribers
Looking for a gift that is a little different, expertly handcrafted and comes with a story? Then look no further then our 2017 Christmas gift edit...

>< Mailing List exclusive: VIP shopping day TODAY ><
Receive 15% off your purchases all day on Wednesday 13th December 2017.

Offer excludes custom orders, delivery, shipping insurance, trade and wholesale orders.

Join our Mailing List and we will send you the special code.

November 15, 2017

[In store] Modern Tribal 2018 collection

Safari Fusion blog >< [In store] Modern Tribal 2018 collection | Just in >> a curated collection of African objects, fine art photography, baskets and felt art by Safari Fusion| Image © Safari Fusion

Colourful beads, body adornment, regalia and ritualistic objects are indigenous to Africa's tribal communities.

Coveted by the continent's early explorers and collected today by modern-day travellers, these beautiful handcrafted tribal objects are as exotic as they are unique.

Working with our many talented African artisans we have taken the traditional and added the Safari Fusion contemporary twist to create our new 2018 collection Modern Tribal.

>> View our Modern Tribal lookbook

Safari Fusion blog >< [In store] Mud Cloth Ottoman (cross) | Modern Tribal 2018 collection | Just in >> a curated collection of African objects, fine art photography, baskets and felt art by Safari Fusion| Image © Safari Fusion

Safari Fusion blog >< [In store] Crochet Baskets | Modern Tribal 2018 collection | Just in >> a curated collection of African objects, fine art photography, baskets and felt art by Safari Fusion| Image © Safari Fusion
{Images: © Safari Fusion}

October 25, 2017

Inside a customer's home

Safari Fusion blog >< Inside a customer's home | A pair of Safari Fusion Large Ethioipian Coptic Crosses
We recently received a lovely email with some pictures from Sheena in Teneriffe Queensland, displaying her Safari Fusion purchase, a pair of large Ethiopian Coptic Crosses...

"The beautiful Coptic crosses arrived last week and are looking fabulous with my Song porcelain bowls, Cambodian Buddha and Chinese hair ornaments!

I’m so happy with them and thank you for your wonderful service!"

Thanks Sheena, so glad we could help. We love to receive pictures of your Safari Fusion purchases, so keep them coming!

{Image: Sheena, Teneriffe QLD}

October 11, 2017

[In store] Bamileke feather headdress

Safari Fusion blog >< [In store] Bamileke feather headdress | Just in >> more of our beautiful white standard size 72-85cm sized Juju Hats | Image © Safari Fusion
Beautiful and textured our West African Bamileke Feather Headdress is a sort after art piece. Now available in our Safari Store are more of our large (72-85cm) size White headdresses, plus new colours including Blush, Grey and Teal.

Crafted in Cameroon, these feathered hats are traditionally worn by Bamileke dancers of the Kuosi [Elephant] Society. Wearing an elaborate beaded elephant mask, leopard skin and a red feather headdress they performed ritualistic dances for the Fon [King].

To learn more about the Bamileke Feather Headdress origins, visit the Brooklyn Museum on YouTube.

Safari Fusion blog >< [In store] Bamileke feather headdress | Just in >> more of our beautiful white standard size 72-85cm sized Juju Hats | Image © Safari Fusion

Safari Fusion blog >< [In store] Bamileke feather headdress | Origins of our Juju Hats via the Brooklyn Museum

Safari Fusion blog >< [In store] Bamileke feather headdress | Origins of our Juju Hats via the Brooklyn Museum
{Images: 1-2 Safari Fusion, 3-4 Brooklyn Museum}

October 4, 2017

[Explore] Zeitz MOCAA

Safari Fusion blog >< [Explore] Zeitz MOCAA | Exterior image of Zeitz MOCAA by acclaimed Dutch architectural photographer Iwan Baan, Cape Town South Africa
Just opened in Cape Town's waterfront Silo District is the incredible Zeitz Museum of Contemporary Art Africa (MOCAA). What was once two thirty-three metre high grain silos is now an architectural masterpiece.

With over one hundred galleries, spread over nine floors, permanent and temporary collections; this public not-for-profit contemporary art museum collects, preserves, researches and exhibits twenty-first century art from Africa as well as hosting international exhibitions and supporting development and education.

"Jochen Zeitz was working with curator Mark Coetzee to build a world class collection of contemporary art from Africa and its Diaspora with the vision to create the first major museum dedicated to contemporary art from Africa and its Diaspora on the Africa Continent. The meeting of these two visions resulted in the creation of the not-for-profit public institution since named Zeitz MOCAA."

In addition to exhibiting an extensive art collection the museum's 'Access for All’ program will ensure no one is ever turned away from visiting the museum due to the inability to afford admission.

Safari Fusion blog >< [Explore] Zeitz MOCAA | Spectacular views of Table Mountain from Zeitz MOCAA, Cape Town South Africa | Photograph by Mark Williams

Safari Fusion blog >< [Explore] Zeitz MOCAA | Interior space of Zeitz MOCAA, Silo District Cape Town, South Africa

Safari Fusion blog >< [Explore] Zeitz MOCAA | Installation at the Zeitz Museum of Contemporary Art Africa, Silo District Cape Town, South Africa

Safari Fusion blog >< [Explore] Zeitz MOCAA | Installation at the Zeitz Museum of Contemporary Art Africa, Silo District Cape Town, South Africa

Safari Fusion blog >< [Explore] Zeitz MOCAA | Interior space of Zeitz MOCAA, Silo District Cape Town, South Africa | Photograph by Mark Williams


Safari Fusion blog >< [Explore] Zeitz MOCAA | Interior space of Zeitz MOCAA, Silo District Cape Town, South Africa | Photograph by Mark Williams
{Images: Zeitz MOCAA}