An integrated, worldwide campaign for the investment association, CFA institute, includes ads for print, billboard, and web, plus seven 15-second animations. The illustrations tying it all together were dreamed up by Paul Wearing, an Ogilvy commission.... read more
Thanks to Paul Wearing for this beautiful illustration and Down the Street Designs for bringing it to life!
Stanford Medicine Magazine has drawn upon illustrator Paul Wearing for his concise and colorful work for many years now. For a recent issue framing new diagnostic developments in the areas of investigation and health monitoring, Wearing worked with Art Director Dennis McLeod from David Armario... read more
F+J illustrator Paul Wearing dreamed up this scene, one in a series of stripped-of-color images repurposing "disparate motifs... [like] luxury goods, buildings and silhouettes." The result is dramatic film noir-meets-dystopian consumer society landscape. And the inspiration we're taking from it this... read more
This #InspirationFriday, F+J Illustrator Paul Wearing is working on giving the Bayeaux Tapestry an update, placing knights of yore in modern cityscapes. His inspiration? The remains of King Richard, the last Plantagenet King, "found buried under a car park in the city of Leicester."
Travelers who flip through the London-based luxury publication, Sphere, will see Paul Wearing’s illustrations in Boiling Point, an editorial piece on chefs’ dishes as intellectual property. Dismissing photography in restaurants as either rude to other diners or a possible route to copying recipes, it makes sense that the article would turn to... read more
F+J artist Paul Wearing sits down with Branding Business' Founding Partner of Design, Michael Dula, to share thoughts on his creative process, dedication to color, and finding the right client. His truly expert advice will inspire creatives working in all aspects of branding and design, so be sure to click ahead. ... read more
Five images by F+J illustrator Paul Wearing have been selected for Lürzer's Archive Magazine's 200 Best Illustrators series. His colorful, food-filled tableaux were originally published last summer in Le Magazine du Monde to accompany food-related articles written by Camille... read more
Paul Wearing wove together the concepts of technology and health care in his illustrations for the second issue of Brink, a magazine devoted to bringing health care professionals the latest information on improving patient safety. Paul worked with designer Bob Goebel and art director John Stucker of branding agency Pollywog, which designs... read more
Over the course of six consecutive weeks this summer, the weekend edition of the world-renowned French newspaper Le Monde published a series of Paul Wearing's illustrations to accompany several food-related articles. Food journalist Camille Labro wrote the series of features... read more