Tuesday, June 12, 2012

Wallpaper by Loboloup

An interesting boutique design company to watch is Loboloup, a collaboration between New York City-based aunt and niece Nancy Wolff and Elizabeth Wolff. Loboloup premiered at the International Contemporary Furniture Fair (ICFF) in New York City last month.

Circus Wallpaper by Loboloup

What's your type? Wallpaper by Loboloup

Owls Wallpaper by Loboloup

Ships and Sails Wallpaper by Loboloup

Robots Wallpaper by Loboloup

Friendly Forest Wallpaper by Loboloup

Friendly Forest (close up) Wallpaper by Loboloup

Nancy Wolfe is the author/illustrator of two children’s books Tallulah in the Kitchen and It’s Time for School with Tallulah. She is also the creator of All Aboard, an animated short for Nick Jr., which received the Parents Choice Gold Award. Her work has been included in The Society of Illustrators The Original Art and she has been a featured artist at the Contemporary Textile Show at the Cooper Hewitt Museum in New York City. Elizabeth Wolff has written lifestyle, design and human interest pieces for the New York Post, New York magazine, Interview and The Guardian, and has produced lifestyle programming for Bravo.

So what can we expect from this talented duo? I asked Elizabeth what is ahead and whether Loboloup plan a collection of adult wallpapers. She replied:

"Expect pillows and prints soon. We premiered our pillows and prints at ICFF and should have them available on our website later this summer. Our wallpapers are not just for kids; Adults have been responding to many of designs -- using the "What's Your Type?" and "Robots" designs for home offices and the "Owls" for bathrooms. One panel or wall of wallpaper can really add a whimsical quality to even an adult space. We will be rolling out new wallpaper designs in the next year. We're working on them now and I can promise that they are ideal for any creative adult!"

So keep an eye on the Loboloup website, and why not show your support for this exciting new label by joining them on Facebook and Twitter.

Many thanks to Elizabeth and Nancy Wolff for allowing Kitty as a Picture Illustration and Surface Design Blog permission to publish these images.

4 comments:

  1. oh wow so much fun stuff, what cute rooms it can create!

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  2. I've surfed the net more than three hours today, and your blog was the coolest of all. Thanks a lot, it is really useful to me

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    1. Thanks so much for your very positive feedback! It makes all the hard work rewarding. You might find more of interest on my Pinterest boards. :)

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  3. The wallpaper by loboloup is very exquisite and beautiful. It is a wonderful wall paper

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