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Goodhood London X Provider Store 

Collaborating with our favourite store, Goodhood, we created a limited edition Ceramic Candle that features pinched sides for easy holding, each one is made from premium soy wax, hand-poured in our Sydney studio.


Artificer Coffee X Provider Store 

This collaboration was between Provider Store, Artificer Coffee and Ceramic Studio En.

Once the wax burns out, the vessel is designed to be used as your Artificer Coffee cup or bring it back in store for a refill. 


Worktones X Provider Store

We collaborated with our friends at Worktones to create a nifty 'don't leave home without me' kind of bag.

Made using GOTS Certified Organic Cotton Canvas. This bag has pockets galore, is a generous size to fit all your worldly possessions and has a good sized shoulder strap for a comfortable commute. 


Leif X Provider Store

We joined forces with Leif to create a limited edition candle. The fragrance evokes the warm woody scent of an Australian summer with notes of Buddha Wood, Orange and Sandalwood.

Each candle vessel is unique and has been hand-built by local ceramicist Son-Ra, using a rich grog speckled with clay. Once the candle burns out, the vessel can easily be repurposed as a vase, pot plant or utensils holder.



Incu x Provider

As part of Incu's Christmas Gift Shop, we were asked to put together a small collaborative collection to be sold through their stores throughout Australia.

The range consisted of a coffee pour over and matching ceramic cup and a ceramic candle


Todd Clare x Provider

It's was with great pleasure that we launched this collaboration with our dear friend Todd Clare. Using a selection of Todd’s photographs, one to represent our six unique fragrances, each image explores tight compositions and deeply layered scenes from around the world. Todd’s aim is to capture the transitional areas between environments.


Butter x Provider

When Butter launched a fried chicken ramen we threw out the idea of hand painting 25 exclusive cushions for them. Within a couple of weeks it was actually happening and Tara was hand painting Ramen. Little did we know they would sell out straight away. 

Read about it on Broadsheet


Troy O'Shea Handmade x Provider

We've launched three collaborations with Troy O'Shea. The first being a "PS" hat for our store opening. With the hand being hand sewn by Troy from Japanese wool and linen found in Provider's cushions, and the PS hand drawn by Tara, this project was one that is very special to us. 

With quick sell out of the caps, Troy and Provider did a 2.0 version on indigo and forest green cord from Japan. This particular cap sold out within hours. 

The final collab between Provider and Troy O'Shea was a 1940's inspired apron made from Japanese selvedge denim and hand chain stitching on the chest.

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