Healdsburg: [Zephyrus Image], nd [c. 1982]. artist's multiple, 5 3/8 x 13", letterpress and linocut in black and red.
One of the last and scarcest items from the press, and one of the most beautiful, this multiple was produced while Myers was working the graveyard shift at a local factory in Healdsburg. His friend, Robert Rusk, also worked the graveyard shift. Rusk discovered the text, which is by John Berger, in the Village Voice, and proposed the idea of having it be a cut out. The linocut pictures the outlines of a silicon crystal, a handless clock, and the Fairchild logo, which was the factory at which they worked. The linocut includes cut guidelines so that it could be cut out and hung on a doorknob (like a Do Not Disturb sign from a motel), and presumably to be utilized by those of whom capitalism has made daysleepers. Item #25693