Collaborations Archive - Sideshow Press

Our Recent Collaborations

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We recently partnered with Starbucks to produce a set of custom message drink stirs for their Seattle based Starbucks Reserve Roastery & Tasting Room. In their case, we fashioned our top selling drink stirs into coffee stirs! The stirs are cream with gold lettering paired with black packaging–making this collaboration handsome and inviting. Photos courtesy of Taylor J. Harbin and Zachary Carlsen.

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BHLDN, Anthropologies famed wedding brand, asked Sideshow Press to collaborate yet again. This time, we’ve created a capsule centered around gift items and mementos for the groom. In the capsule you’ll find a “Good Luck” cast wishbone (the perfect size for the grooms coat pocket), a “Day Of” card, whiskey glasses for the groom and groomsmen as well as letterpress chair tags.

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We recently partnered with Fossil to produce a set of 10 colorful pencils with sayings. We worked closely with their creative team to select colors that were complimentary of their most recent collection. Sharp and to the point with a hint of whimsy, the sayings will keep writers’ block at bay and the conversations flowing.

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Handcrafted in Charleston, South Carolina, Rewined Candles produces soy wax candles that evoke your favorite vintage with their subtle wine-inspired appearance and aroma. For years, we’ve worked closely with the founders of Rewined to produce printed labels and toppers that are reflective of the craftsmanship and attention to detail that goes into every candle. Each candle includes a letterpressed label and wooden topper.

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Cloud-based storage company, DropBox, contacted Sideshow Press to help assist their Black-Opps team in creating a desktop necessity suitable for their investors. The covers are made of navy pressboard, reflective of the Dropbox brand, and were screen printed with silver ink. Each folder contains a stack of letterpressed letterhead for storing thoughts on paper. The letterhead sheets were drilled to fit the brads and placed by hand into the folders. A classic product for a modern, cutting edge company.

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We’re always excited to collaborate with like-minded companies who are at the forefront of well-made goods and quality design. We recently had the pleasure of letterpressing book sleeves for the Wildsam Detroit Field Guide and their release at Shinola, a brand of beautiful handmade leather goods, watches, bicycles, and journals. Based in Detroit, Shinola is a producer of well crafted products proudly made in the U.S.A.

 

We printed the book sleeves on a 100# cover stock one-by-one through our Vandercook No. 4. They then went through a scoring process to fit snugly around each book.

 

In addition to the book sleeve, Sideshow has also had the pleasure of collaborating with Wildsam Field Guides since its start on products like business cards, letterpress muslin bags and other various print pieces.

 

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BHLDN, Anthropologies famed wedding brand, has been a long time collaborator with Sideshow Press. We’ve created a series of petite, hand-bound, letterpressed compendiums to record wedding day sentiments, advice to the bride and groom and a keepsake for his and her vows. Sideshow Press worked closely with the team at BHLDN to match paper selections and ink colors to their seasonal color stories. Each journal is hand cranked one-by-one in our studio.

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Schoolhouse Electric & Supply Co, a lighting and housewares company based in Portland, Oregon, recently approached Sideshow Press to create a desktop product. Made exclusively for SECO, we created a Writing Set using materials and colors reflective of office supplies of a by-gone era. The mint green pressboard cover was screen printed and finished with black bookbinding tape. The interior contains 20 sheets of letterpressed letterhead with matching envelopes. The end result was a beautiful mix of material, print process and nostalgia for your daily correspondence.