Fuller Maps is a series of artworks by British artist Fuller, aka Gareth John Wood (b.1980). Fuller draws intricate works that narrate the identity of places. Using extensive research, exploration, local knowledge and lived experience, he draws out their complex personalities. His meticulous ink drawings constitute a kaleidoscope of comments on contemporary culture and society, entwined with curiosities, factoids, personal memories, stories and humour.

By mapping events Fuller provides a subjective account which is instantly relatable. In doing so, the artwork places prominence on shared knowledge and experience, a distinctive characteristic of Fuller's work. The drawings are signifiers and often need deciphering to be understood. It is in the moments of contemplation that a dialogue begins whilst poring over the map, whether the intended story is teased out or new stories are added, the art creates conversation. 

Fuller's latest and most ambitious piece of map art, London Town, was drawn over a period of ten years and has been acquired The British Library and Museum of London for their permanent collections. His craft now takes him around the world, spending many months in his chosen locations, with the ambition of completing a major series of works.

From an edition of 250.
Image 90cm x 90cm.
An archival inkjet print on 310 gsm Hahnemühle fine art paper.
Signed and editioned by the artist.
Framed £650
From an edition of 150.
Framed measures 76cm x 93cm
Hand pulled fine art archival lithographic print on 280 gsm Somerset velvet cotton paper.
Signed and editioned by the artist.
Printed by the fine art specialists Coriander & Curwen Studio.
Framed £795