Nancy Wolff's award-winning designs and illustrations have appeared on virtually every imaginable surface. After starting her career as a textile designer, Nancy’s work was adopted by a wide range of leading designers and manufacturers. It was at this time that she began the experiments with color and texture that would result in her signature style. By combining pattern and texture with a bit of the unexpected, she has created some of the most sought after and distinctive designs of the day.
Loboloup, a design studio Nancy founded in 2012, specializes in stylish and distinct hand-made wallpaper. The sumptuous tactile nature of the papers is obtained by using traditional hand-screening methods, non-toxic water-based inks and sustainable paper. Each Loboloup pattern is designed by Nancy, and hand-screened locally in the New York City area.
Nancy is the author and illustrator of two children's books, Tallulah In The Kitchen and It's Time For School With Tallulah, both published by Henry Holt. In addition, she illustrated This Little Piggy's Book of Manners, by Kathryn Madeline Allen. Her work has appeared in numerous magazines.
All Aboard, an animated short created by Wolff for Nick Jr., received a Parent's Choice Gold Award.
Nancy's work has been included in The Society of Illustrators Original Art and she has been a featured artist at The Contemporary Textile Show at the Cooper Hewitt Museum in New York City. She graduated from Skidmore College, where she studied fine art and majored in painting.
Nancy's work is available for licensing. Freelance projects, commissions and collaborations are most welcome!
Clients include: Acme Studios, Crocodile Creek, Galison, Great Arrow Graphics, Klutz Press, Kokka, Mattel, Nickelodeon, Oopsy Daisy, Peaceable Kingdom Press, Pleasant Company, Procter and Gamble, Santa Cruz Organics, UNICEF