Wolf-Gordon’s Curated Collection is a series of digitally printed works created by a select group of artists. This current release showcases 13 new designs that reflect the diverse backgrounds and influences of the artists themselves, with inspiration ranging from anime and street art to weather and mountainscapes.
Like all of the images in our curated library, the artwork can be ordered in the colorways shown or WG Customs Lab can modify the size and scale of the image to conform to the specifications of your project.
Chasing Shadow, Moraine Lake
Canadian printmaker Kari Kristensen's Chasing Shadow was born out of the idea that mountains are like origami, once all folded together and now separated. Moraine Lake is an exploration of the memories and nostalgia associated with a scenic glacially-fed lake in Alberta, Canada, a special place to Kristensen's grandmother.
Internationally-renowned designer Ghislaine Viñas expresses her childlike penchant for playfulness and unconventional scale in Blooma. The bold floral pattern is inspired by Swedish design and features a repetition of natural shapes with flowers and leaves, offered in three unique colorways.
New York-based artist Ryan Bradley collages patterns to create unique
the interlacing and weaving of subtracted elements. Builds is a diamond checkered pattern made of multiple layers of rough pastel rubbings, and Erasure is a combination of two related, but
distinctly different, patterns and colorways where a portion of the
prominent pattern is removed, unveiling the secondary pattern beneath.
Spring, Summer, Autumn, Winter
Studioestudio’s designs are part of a series inspired by representations of the four seasons seen in Japanese woodblock prints. Each work is composed of fine linework superposed on subtle gradients of color, reflecting the artists' philosophy of finding minimum gestures and a maximum reduction of elements to represent a concept and evoke emotion.
Bottom Dense Line, Vertical Climb
Audrey Stone’s patterns are inspired by a previous five-year long series in which the fine artist experimented with linear patterns formed by thread, ink, and pencil. Bottom Dense Line is a composition of irregular parallel lines arranged in undulating rows, while Vertical Climb explores the idea of play through lines that express dimension and weight.
Super Matter 6, Super Matter 24
An established name in New York's Street Art scene, Brooklyn-based duo ASVP describe their work as Pop Abstract Expressionism. The imagery reflects familiar elements of superhero comics and pop iconography reimagined by the artists as shapes of expressive energy with dynamic strokes, bold color, and movement.