'Farang Affairs' Collector's edition

Limited edition of 1500 copies - less than 200 copies left

Signed, numbered and with an original drawing in the last page of the book
Hard Cover. 160 color pages of pure old-fashioned sexism, outrageous political incorrectness and borderline humor with a touch of ugly neocolonialist patronizing that will definitely make this book strictly forbidden in 20 years.

BAHT 1,400 including a small original drawing

BAHT 1,900 including a big original drawing

Postage for everywhere in Thailand : BAHT 80
No international shipping available
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'Farang Affairs' A3 prints

Limited Edition, 42 cm x 30 cm

Each A3 print is a limited edition of 3 – signed and numbered 1/3, 2/3, 3/3. They are professional color prints. Size is 42 cm x 30 cm. Price includes A3 acrylic card case and postage for anywhere in Thailand

Farang Royal Barge - Bt 1,200
Incredible Buffalo - Bt 1,200
Lowering Expectations - Bt 1,200
New boyfriend - Bt 1,200
Pattaya walking street - Bt 1,200
Seafood restaurant - Bt 1,200

Special big print

74 cm x 35 cm.  Limited edition of 20.  Signed and Numbered. 

BAHT 2,500  including postage anywhere in Thailand ( sent rolled in a tube )

Original Cartoons

29.7 cm x 21 cm

These cartoons are original artworks, not prints. Some color has been added to make them look better. Note that because they are originals, they all have imperfections and tip-ex corrections. Each cartoon comes with a free acrylic card case for protection. Including free postage for anywhere in Thailand.
Feeding the ducks - Bt 1,200
Farang Royal Barge - Bt 1,200
Delusional old Farangs - Bt 1,200
Broken mask of Tosakan - Bt 1,200
Banana Tree ghost - Bt 1,200
2 couples in Pattaya - Bt 1,200

About the Author

Stephane Peray

Born in Paris in 1964, Bangkok-based French cartoonist Stephane Peray is better known by his nom de plume “Stephff”.

He came to Bangkok for the first time in 1984 as a sailor with his ship when he was in the French Navy.

He returned to settle down in Thailand in 1989 as a photo reporter – an early life rich in experiences but very poor in income.

He finally got his first break as a freelance political cartoonist in the French newspaper “LE MEKONG”, launched in Phnom Penh in 1994.

He quit photography in 1997 and became a full-time daily cartoonist with several newspapers, including “The Far Eastern Economic Review”, “The international Herald Tribune”, “The Korea Times”, “The Phnom Penh Post”, “The Jakarta Post” and many more.

He worked with Bangkok based newspaper “The Nation” from 2003-to 2019, becoming their main cartoonist. His cartoon column “Ministry of Farang Affairs”, making fun of Farang life in Thailand (but also making fun of the locals), has been published in many magazines, as well in the Saturday edition of “The Nation”.

He is also a painter with works held in numerous private collections around the world and is currently working on a movie script.

His hobby is collecting antique and primitive ethnic folk art. His personal goal is to assemble the world’s most comprehensive collection of Thai hermit masks (Ruesee PorGae).






Hard cover, 160 color pages, Bt 1,100
Each A3 print is a limited edition of 3 – signed and numbered 1/3, 2/3, 3/3.
74 cm x 35 cm. Limited edition of 20. Signed and Numbered.
These cartoons are original artworks, not prints. Including free postage for anywhere in Thailand.