Booji Boy is ready for the holidays.
Turkey Monkey! An early DEVO visual. Created by combining a photo of a space traveling monkey with imagery from packaging of turkey-lacing pins.
Mark Mothersbaugh often illustrated on the covers of DEVO reel-to-reel master tapes while at the studio with the band.
Here are nine examples from various years. A few that are noted on the tape boxes: 1979, 1982, 1986.
Mark Mothersbaugh holds a heart-shaped box of worms during the “Love Without Anger” video shoot 1981.
Photo by Matt Quast.
Page 1 of a two page “Devo Meets The Press” document included with a 1980 “Freedom Of Choice” era press kit.
Page 2 of a two page “Devo Meets The Press” document included with a 1980 “Freedom Of Choice” era press kit.
Spuds: Check your local record stores between now & Record Store Day (April 21st, 2012) for this 11″ x 17″ promotional flyer for DEVO’s “Live 1981 Seattle” 2-LP Vinyl Release. Only a few hundred were made, then shipped to stores who ordered the DEVO LP set.
Rare DEVO doll prototype circa 2001. This doll was never manufactured for sale.
DEVO during the very early days wearing “Luchador” masks… inspired by the so-named Mexican Wrestlers of “Lucha Libre” fame. This photo was taken in the spring of 1977 at Kent State University in Ohio, during a Dick Myers film shoot – Photo by Susan Aylward.
Vintage Bob1 guitar amp circa 1970’s…as photographed by Johnny Brewton at Mutato Muzika.
DEVO spends quality time with hot dogs & go carts. B&W photo contact sheet from the DEVO archives.
Probably circa 1978/1979.
Photo by John Tremblay. Probably circa 1980. Location unknown.