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Hi there. We're Stranger Collective, a creative content studio that makes words count.

By thinking, writing and creating, we shape copy that feels different and gets results – drawing together the best talents and ideas to help you build your brand, stand out from the crowd and connect with customers.

Our Work

Say hello to Toronto based, cold pressed juice company; CEDAR. When it comes to getting more of the good stuff, CEDAR knows exactly what’s what....

Coffee is a tasty tool in many a creative’s arsenal. Whether it’s a morning kick-start or a (very) late night boost, coffee seems to detonate...

Feeding Cedar

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Merchants Manor hotel wanted an eye-catching magazine to give visitors a fresh and original insight into the guest experience, as well as a ‘local’s eye’...

“A book of maps designed to get you lost.” A beautiful box, wrapped up in finely graphic paper. Anticipation as my finger hooks open the...

Feeding Merchants Manor: Relish magazine

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MADE.COM wanted to show the real-world appeal of its products with a bold, irreverent new approach – an innovative ‘social showroom’ online platform....

The clock’s ticking. You play awkwardly with your pen, waiting for the spark to come. Words, ideas, banter are bandied, bounced and grappled around. Like...

Feeding MADE.com

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The strategic body for inbound tourism, VisitBritain asked us to tell its 2013/14 success story in a way that would connect with its readers....

It’s warm today. Really warm. British summer like it used to be warm. I’m sat on hot granite with the sun on my back at...

Feeding VisitBritain

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Pavement pedantry: in to vs. into

Pavement pedantry: in to vs. into

It’s confusing isn’t it? Two words (well three, actually) that sound the same but should be used differently. Here’s the lowdown…

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Oh so silly

Oh so silly

London is paved in lies…

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Pavement pedantry: start your sentence with and

Pavement pedantry: start your sentence with and

Every week, we share a point of pedantry from our pavement. This week, why it’s OK to start a sentence with and…

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