Wolf Gordon and Me

Wolf-Gordon and Me and General Design Collaborate on SO GOOD Patterns

August 1, 2018

New York, NY – Wolf-Gordon is delighted to introduce the edgy and fun SO GOOD collection of digital wallcoverings with Me and General Design, an interior design firm with a passion for mixing elements, breaking rules, and defying trends.

This collaboration brings a fresh perspective to our Curated Collection. The SO GOOD collection speaks to our love of intricate geometries as well as our appreciation for Me and General’s fresh aesthetic.
- Marybeth Shaw, Wolf-Gordon, Chief Creative Officer, Marketing & Design

Me and General Design is led by Cristina Casañas-Judd, who draws on her bold fashion sense and native Chilean roots, and General Judd, who brings an infectious Southern charm and timeless style sensibility. Their background designing film sets and on performance stages, in addition to their current interior design portfolio which is cohesive and inspirational, prompted them to design a wallpaper collection informed by the history of design, architecture, music and art.sign adds an unconventional twist to the company’s Curated Collection with four impactful patterns.

We are thrilled with our SO GOOD wallpaper collaboration with Wolf-Gordon. We have long admired them as a company and believe that together we will create a bold impact on wallpaper design.
- Cristina Casanas-Judd, Me and General, Co-Owner & Principal Designer


Echo has elongated diamond shapes formed from parallel lines that appear to shift back and forth, giving walls a kinetic energy. It is offered in colorways of silver Mylar™ on soft gray, brilliant gold on black onyx, and slick copper on pinkish-gray.

Nouveau repeats a simple diamond shape in a mirrored sequence for an everchanging, digitally-printed wallcovering design. The standard matte off white, sand, and dark gray grounds are an elegant base for the decorative linework in brilliant gold, silver, and copper Mylar™, respectively.

Perch is a lively geometric inspired by the Perch/Harlem building, designed by Me and General. Inspired by the building’s asymmetrical windows, the pattern is offered in standard colorways of “Blush”, “Dusk”, and “Smokey”.

Vista’s rhythmic, interlocking cityscape design is informed by the sharply defined outlines, geometric motifs, and zig-zag forms of the Art Deco style. It is available in combinations of silver/steel blue, reflective white/opaque white and high gloss black/matte black.