Those flyers and album covers more than anything else are what warped my teenage mind and got me into punk music and culture.
That, and the fact that the punk chicks were the only ones that would give my nerdy ass the time of day.
i just have this soft wet spot for the early punk posters he was a part of. as i understand it, his brother was allowed to just add type to his pre-existing images (that were done as art) to make the posters. normally, that makes for bad posters. but, in his case, the subject matter of the images were so perfectly in tune with the music culture around him that it was a godzilla. when coupled with the bands they were coupled with, well, it's one of those cases of the the whole being better than either half alone.
His mere art is pretty damn great too, though. There was a big show of it in Chicago a while back...he completely covered the walls of a large multi-room exhibition space. It was pants-crappingly awesome and still the best art show I've seen in Chicago in the last 10 years.
I think it adds a lot to see it all together, presented like that.