Mini-Documentary of Illustrator Pâté

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Meet graphic artist Paul Pateman aka Pâté. Known for his visually-arresting images and type compositions, his work is as equally direct and uncomplicated as it is wickedly humorous.
 
His personal work, regularly exhibited at galleries and sold as posters, includes a series called Cock-A-Doodle, a “dirty alphabet” that’s understandably NSFW.
 
Once a celebrated, award-winning Creative Director in London’s advertising world, Format’s 2nd episode of InFrame chronicles Pâté’s pursuit of a career he was passionate about — a cause, I’m sure, that would resonate with many of your readers.
 
After 13 years as a corporate CD, an extended hospital visit led to his epiphany that life can be over in a split second. 

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4 Comments on “Mini-Documentary of Illustrator Pâté”

  1. September 3, 2015 at 9:09 am #

    I am studying visual comunication, and this post really inspired me. Thanks for posting it, Mónica.

    • September 3, 2015 at 9:22 am #

      Great! Glad you got some inspiration for the day. Thanks for watching!

  2. September 4, 2015 at 5:50 am #

    Fantastic. Loved this. Thank you.
    Even though I haven’t had to be in the hospital for a week, I still feel that urge to keep creating, because what if I can’t use my hands one day? Or go blind? Or get hit by a bus tomorrow? Not the only reason I draw and paint, but it makes you think. :)

    • September 4, 2015 at 9:58 am #

      Thanks for watching. Glad you got something out of it. I know I did.

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