We love a collaboration! Blending two creatives together is right up our alley. If you have a creative project you want to work on together please email us at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Sydney Romantics x Provider
SR design and produce items of clothing suitable for everyday wear. We were big fans of these boys so Provider was super excited to be asked to be apart of their "Handiworks" collection.
Handiworks is a celebration of the art of collaboration. A snapshot of life in Sydney by some local doers, who are making ripples in the community.
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... Tara was hand painting Ramen. Little did we know they would sell out straight away. This was our funnest collab yet!
Read about it on Broadsheet
Images by Darren Luk.
Bel Campbell x Provider
You can often find my old workshop bestie and I collaborating on pop-ups and design markets. Bel Campbell is an all rounded creative who specialises in steel work.
See more of Bel's work here
Olivia Leigh Morris x Provider
Practising Melbourne artist and friend of Provider, Olivia Leigh Morris, shared two of her artworks with us so we could create our latest candle packaging.
Her artistic style is material based, with the notion of time, and process. It connects within perhaps a subconscious aesthetic. Her father is a jeweller so she uses a lot of tools, and similar craftsmanship concepts that have come out unconsciously within Liv's practice.
Incu x Provider
Troy O'Shea Handmade x Provider
We recently completed our third collaboration with Troy. 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.