Time-Rotted Graphic Design Unearthed from a Dusty Tomb!
"Design consumes me. I use design as the ultimate weapon to battle countless waves of telepathic terrorists. Every assignment I undertake and every mission I volunteer for qualifies me for hazardous duty pay, but I'm not in it for the money. The thrill of victory and the knowledge that I'm waging war on the mundane and the ordinary and protecting my fellow citizens against todays hostile takeover of minimalistic design trends is surely reward enough. Casualties are high, and epic tolls of psychological damage can never be measured, BUT FEAR NOT!!!... The Death-Ray project is programmed, automated, and growing artificial and telepathic intelligence capabilities by the second."
In August of 2010 twenty Death-Ray Design posters were added to the Southern Folklife Collection at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. This collection is a permanent exhibit of one of the largest collections of southern art, music and culture in the world.
These posters can also be seen at UNC on rotating exhibit in the Wilson Library.