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March 25, 2009

Featured: David Fullarton

They say that sometimes an image is just an image, that it takes a mind to make it more. Thank goodness for the mind of David Fullarton.

With an abundance of textures, words and scribbles, David tells stories. And you can count on his stories to always be outlandish, to always make you think, "How the hell did he come up with that?" That is precisely what I asked him to explain for his feature. In his work, he pokes fun at the mundane and the shortcomings of human character. For that, we love him.

These days, David is keeping busy prepairing for his upcoming art show at Hang Art in San Francisco. It's appropriately titled "Once Again I Fail To Live Up To My Advance Publicity" and opens on April 2nd. If I were you, I'd run over there. A little offbeat humor is good for your lungs.

For his feature, David sent us over 9 never before seen pieces (until now) as an advance peak into his art show. Enjoy this and the thoughts inside of his head, in his own words.


Notebook Stories Posted Mar 25, 2009
It's great to know more about David Fullarton-- I love his work but hadn't heard much else about him. I wish I could be in SF to see the show!

Felicity Devitt
Felicity Devitt Posted Apr 17, 2010
YOUR SHED IS RUBBISH! I was really inspired by this piece. Too often I find myself putting off doing or finishing something for fear that it won't be perfect... how easy it is to criticise.
I've printed the shed picture off and stuck it to my wall to remind myself to just keep forging on - we're not looking for perfection! Do something! Instead of hiding away worrying. (BTW your shed is rubbish.)

Timothy Tate
Timothy Tate Posted Apr 27, 2012
If someone built a church for your art nearby where I live (or on a convenient metro line) I would go there every fortnight or so to pray there (pray about your art for you are brilliant.)


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