For years, my best drawing had been going into the little notebooks I carried around. They weren't sketchbooks, because I rarely drew anything from life in them. More like ideas and thoughts... but I considered them complete works. In 1982 my friend Alex Blair decided these notebooks should see the light, so she and I chose some of the drawings and writings (but not much of the latter, thankfully) going back as far as 1975, and arranged them into a book. She had it printed and tried to sell it, but didn't have too many takers. So here are some examples of pages from this rarity, Fun Is Sick, including some of the foldout spreads.
For a review of the book from Screw Magazine at the time, click here .
For a review of the book from Express Magazine at the time, click here .
For a preview spread from an art rag called The Office at the time, click here .
For some of the pages from the book, click on the thumbnails below.