Yeah, I think the current graphics are OK. And of course, de gustibus non es disputandum, so we're all going to have our own personal views. But the interesting question is whether, averaged over all US customers, Head's graphics have been helping or hurting them. I suspect it's the been the latter, but I don't have the data. I think they're doing better with the current ones. I would guess the Joy graphics hit the mark pretty well.
The Motorhead line's graphics (I assume that's what your referring to) represent an interesting marketing case. I personally like the graphics on my Rock n Rolls, because they're so over the top I think they've verged into camp. I think that's happened for a lot of people that own them. But the transition to camp takes time; when they first came out I just thought they were silly, so they probably weren't a good choice for marketing to the kind of skier that would actually like them.
I will say this: I bought my Rock n Roll's despite the graphics b/c I got a good price and I thought they were the best 95 ski at the time. I love them.
AND... I have gotten more attention, thumbs-up, and good-will from these skis than any other in my fairly long life. At one Utah resort, the lifty consistently pushed me and my wife up to the front of the line because "this guy's got the raddest skis on the mountain today!"