Quincy’s daughter Rashida Jones covers the Fall 2011 issue of Antenna Magazine. This, is a win. Wrote about the good Yu-Ming Wu and alternate reality gaming in said issue. But, you’re probably still looking at Rashida Jones. Currently on ‘Parks and Recreation,’ the video below is of her appearance on Letterman when she was a regular on ‘The Office.’
I somehow convinced Kaity Velez to let me write at length about good ol’ Optimus Prime for the Summer 2011 issue of Antenna Magazine. Elijah Wood on the cover above, latest Transformer 3: Dark of the Moon trailer below. Megan Fox lost. [Spotted at Antenna’s Tumblr]
The inimitable Mos Def covers the Winter 2011 issue of the good Antenna Magazine. Speaking of, Mr. Beze is appearing in the John Guare play “A Free Man of Color,” currently at Lincoln Center. Add that to your check list. [via Collab Society]
You know Antenna is your favorite magazine. Even Dallas Penn likes it. Antenna’s Winter ’09/’10 issue is here. Dude on the cover is Rob McElhenney from It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia (insert Beanie Sigel zinger, here), but you only care about the gear inside the book anyway. Click on pic for bigger image. Props to Kaity.
Below Antenna x High Snobiety interviewed Paul Rodriguez a little while back.
I absolutely love Antenna Magazine. And I’m not saying that because I’ve been a contributor since it was founded a couple of years ago by the good Tony Gervino and Evan Gubernick. If you don’t believe me; I’m not the only one.
The glut of wack, suspect and plain inept rappers looking to get interviewed or reviewed makes writing about streetwear and design a welcome reprieve. Most of the what I’ve done for the mag is store profiles but for the Spring ’09 issue I interviewed and wrote a profile on the founders of Smart Design, an award winning industrial design house. It was definitely interesting to find out the the story behind that set of OXO products the wife and I—and surely millions of other wedding and housewarming gift registries—received a couple of years ago.
With the calamity in the publishing industry I’m hoping Antenna is able to weather the storm. Antenna is part of Harris Publications, which recently shuttered King Magazine and whose Executive Publisher, Johnathan Rheingold, recently resigned; depending on who you ask.