Categories Shallow Ten Years Ago in SPY Post author By matt Post date February 1, 2004 5 Comments on Ten Years Ago in SPY Actually, more like 15 years ago… SPY, Nov. 1988…. U.S. News, Feb. 2, 2004 ← Present: Accomplished → But they’ll play obscure cable access shows like Late Show with David Letterman and Last Call with Carson Daly 5 replies on “Ten Years Ago in SPY” Nice catch. Who was the art director of Spy, anyway? At the time of this issue, someone named B.W. Honeycutt. God bless low culture’s photographic media memory. Yrs, Ron low culture’s photographic memory should note ‘someone named B.W. Honeycutt’ died a few years later, far too young. There is an obit from a few years later (likely, truly ten years ago in Spy). I could tell you the exact date, but the issues are in my parent’s basement. What is really choice from around the time of the item here is the Michael Miliken cover (1988? 1987?) where they do a send up of ‘snyergy’ by finding local merchants that have seemingly at-odds business lines. One of them is Kim’s, a laundromat on Avenue A that also rented videos. Thanks for info, Enemy. I only referred to B.W. Honeycutt as “someone” because I didn’t know if he or she was a man or a woman. Oh, and to insult someone who died far too young, because I’m a complete fucking asshole. And, yes, I often tell people about that “mini monopolies” article that included Yung Man Kim of Kim’s Video fame. Comments are closed.