i don't know what you think this is, but i found this image in the back of a comic book (and countless popular mechanics) in an ad for 'how to become an insurance adjuster - earn big $$$'. it was smaller than a postage stamp and i blew it up on a copier about 3000%.
this poster was attacked by folks in seattle as being 'racist'. i think people out there thought he was a blsck guy or something. i can't quite figure out what their deal was.
ps - for you type fans out there, this was my attempt to resurrect 'souvenir' - the most disgraced typeface of the '70's.
SPOT's still active. he played at the last garageshock (which was held in austin - first time it wasn't in bellingham). he still does some production work and he makes music for himself. plays a lot with tim kerr, i guess.
chloe - i used to buy that nihilistic tortured artist stuff, but after i kept living, i had to come up with something else. i actually had a rifle in my mouth when i was about 22 or so, but i somehow talked myself into waiting until my 25th birthday, and do it then if things didn't improve. i'm 48 now. my 25th bd came and went before i remembered my pact. glad i waited. living turned out to be the best revenge.
frank - about five years ago i thought i'd count up all the record covers i'd done. i remember losing track around 450. seems kinda pointless, now. but i still remember how thrilled i was when i did my first one - it was for a bargain label. it was a record by jimmy ibbotson, who had left the nitty gritty dirt band. the record was called 'nitty gritty ibbotson'. it sucked. so did my cover. i didn't care. iwas thrilled. it was 1979, i think.