Partners & Spade, established in 2008 by Andy Spade and Anthony Sperduti, is a studio and storefront on Great Jones Street in the NoHo neighborhood of lower Manhattan. 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. The studio produces films, books, apparel and conceptual products as well as marketing and branding projects for select corporate clients.
Playfully subversive. Something we miss in today’s culture, and nude photography.
Not only is she a classic representation of the American woman before the cultural revolution of the late 1960s, she also plays Monopoly deftly enough to have houses on Boardwalk and Park Place.
If she truly is a Native American, we don’t understand how our ancestors could we have ever treated them so poorly?
It’s the hair and the matching argyle outfit and socks. It would make any Scottish Asian proud.