Sycamore Street Press

Sycamore Street Press
Sycamore Street Press
Sycamore Street Press
Sycamore Street Press

I am very excited to add to our studio spotlight tours here at Black Eiffel, and share with you a peek into the studio of this week's guest blogger Eva and Sycamore Street Press. Aren't you loving her guest posts? I enjoy how there is an eclectic and charming artistic nature to their space. Nutella and raspberries on toast, a cozy couch and chairs, a record and globe collection, and amazing prints and artwork placed all about. There is a fresh, and funky retro feel in the details -- do you see them? Like the milk glass pen and pencil holders, vintage dishes and textiles, and paint by number image of the Last Supper. What a fun place to be inspired by!

Thank you Sycamore Street Press for letting us see your space.

Sycamore Street Press
Sycamore Street Press
Sycamore Street Press

(Photos by: Zuzanna Audette)
Image #1 : As for the artwork, the green kelp woodblock print is by Tugboat Printshop, the Johnny Cash poster is by Hatch Show Print, and the patterned screen prints are by Jacob Sharp. Other artwork by Sycamore Street Press.
Image #2 : We got the Buffalo screenprint at a Weakerthans concert.
Image #6 : Yeti shadow puppet by Owly Shadow Puppets.
Image #7 : The paint by numbers last supper painting was a thrift store find.


please sir said...

What a wonderful space - thanks!

Saltina said...

Who are these people that can keep such inspiring and tidy places? I wish my workspace was so cute.

Eva / Sycamore Street Press said...


And Saltina, don't worry. We have a very messy looking storage area on the other end of our studio...we just didn't photograph it!

ROXY MARJ said...

Eva, I think you and I are sisters divided at birth! I am assuming by all your milk glass that you collect it! Me too! :[) I have a lot of the same pieces you own...and I someday want to have a collection of globes....I think we have talked about it, no? Anyways, your guys' space is beautiful and definitely inspiring! :)

Eva / Sycamore Street Press said...

Yes, I do collect milk glass! We'll have to check into this separation thing ;)

The House That Lars Built said...

love the Danish reference!

Eva / Sycamore Street Press said...

Miss B. - Kirk and I both have some Danish blood in us... and we love Denmark!

micah said...

Hey Eva. I'm sad to hear that you left buckeye country before I had a chance to visit your studio. Your new place looks amazing, though. Good luck with everything.

Michelle said...

So great, I love that space!

jamieofalltrades said...

What a beautiful studio!

claire said...

it's on my list of places i have to visit. so much inspiration!

Jacob said...

Trade you some more prints for that Jets to Brazil LP!

Eva / Sycamore Street Press said...

Jacob - Thanks for the offer, but I doubt my husband would be willing to part with it! Such pretty colored vinyl and such a great album... Do you have a website of your prints somewhere?

Eva / Sycamore Street Press said...

Jacob - Nevermind - I see your prints up now! Last time I had checked, I couldn't find them.

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