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LEON FULLER was born in 1969 and lives in California with family. He showed early creative ability by teaching himself to read at age three and to write as well as type by the age of six.

When he was 8 years old he was accepted into a new class developed for autistic students. His maternal grandfather, who provided Leon with art supplies, encouraged Leon's artistic development. Soon he was creating maps, cartoons and graphic images.

Leon uses information from television and movies to invent posters as well as book jackets. He draws heavily from the sensational headlines found in the daily and supermarket media. His use of titillating quotations, graphic symbols and original typography bring a rich and dramatic content to his drawings.

He likes to keep journals that he fills with colorful details of specific data, and often fills a single page with hundreds of selected items.

Leon's work has been exhibited in Canada,Okinawa, and Southern California.

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