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Partners & Spade, established in 2008 by Andy Spade and Anthony Sperduti, is a storefront and studio on Great Jones Street in the NoHo neighborhood of lower Manhattan. The studio produces films, books, apparel, and conceptual products as well as marketing and branding projects for select corporate clients. The storefront, open on weekends to the public, presents a constantly re-imagined group show of artwork, objects, collections, and ideas generated by an ever changing cast of collaborators. Begun as a means for its founders to pursue varied creative interests, Partners & Spade draws on Spade and Sperduti’s collective experience in advertising, filmmaking, and fashion to create compelling brand strategies, products, and one-of-a-kind artifacts, as well as a unique space for art happenings and special gatherings.    
- Most notably, conceived story for “The Pleasure of Being Robbed” with Red Bucket Films, which was chosen for the Director’s Fortnight at Cannes Film Festival in 2008 and purchased by IFC Films; “Paperboys,” a documentary by Mike Mills (director); and “Dimmer,” a documentary by Talmage Cooley that was short-listed for the Academy Awards and included in the Museum of Modern Art's Sundance film collection.
- Self-published various books, as well as books with HarperCollins including “The Benefits of Looking Up," “I Think I Can, I Think I Can,” “How to Stay Out of the Doghouse,” and “How to Keep Him on a Short Leash."  
Design and Branding Projects
- Concepted and designed J. Crew’s first-ever menswear shop, known as the Liquor Store, at West Broadway and White Street in Tribeca.
- Working with CEO Tim Armstrong to commemorate the AOL brand around its 25th anniversary, commissioned Chuck Close to create portraits of iconic AOL users who are shaping worldwide culture in their fields.
- Launched a limited edition Partners & Spade design of the classic K-Swiss tennis sneaker with a set of short films created for the 266 customers who purchased the shoes.
- In collaboration with Jason Miller, designed a bespoke brass lamp with customized monogramming for Roll & Hill.
- Hosts creative happenings including the monthly classes of Avant Garde Preschool and Will Cotton Bakery.
Partial Client List
Harper Collins Publishing
Hudson's Bay Company
Roll & Hill