In Physeter Fable; the bloated carcass of a Sperm Whale is a child’s plaything.
Dogs must be kept on a leash lest they be decimated by gastric juices.
One must learn that laying claim to something is pointless without knowing how to plunder it.
Boys may not like being bleached or burnt but their friends find it hilarious.
The emergence of a massive dork may offend some viewers.
These paintings on paper, by emerging artist Julian Smith, elude as much as they elucidate the narrative details. The result is a skewed story with lessons implied but unclear. It’s a morality tale without a moral.