"hi, i'm not dead yet" is just an old joke about mr. richard(s) super-human matabolism and his ungodly endurance/survivability. by all theories known to modern science, the man should very dead by now.
ok, that's not steve heller commenting back there. i know for sure that he wouldn't know 'bury your dead' from a hole in the ground. that's a faker. so, any comments by "steven heller" on this comment board will have to be assumed to be by a fake.
i know steve, and he would absolutely NOT know who 'byd' is.
i think this was from about 1982. i was offered $50 to do this and my income at that point was under $2000 annual, so i jumped at it. they gave me a publicity still and said i had to use it (i wish i had cut out that umbrella). all i had was a coin-op xerox machine (downstairs at the business supply store), border tape and some old presstype. i had about 4 hours.
not good/not bad. but it's jaco! cool to claim right there by itself.
that's really funny. but i bet when you made it, it didn't look like this. i think it got xeroxed several generations before it hit the streets in seattle. it was this scrappy when it was used. please correct me if i'm wrong. it always felt like a bootleg of somebody else's poster to me. sort of a copy of a copy of a copy. i love it.