Welcome to Mister Wolf's Emporium of Oddness!
I love illustrating for children, focusing mainly on age groups between 6 and 11 years old. My work is funny, sometimes a bit creepy and always a bit odd.
Thomas Wolfe (Author/Illustrator)
MEET OUR CROHN'S AND COLITIS CATS
Mister Wolf has been working with the charity
Crohn's & Colitis UK to create a children's book with a difference.
Click the video to see the animated version of the book or click here to request your own free printed copy!
MISTER WOLF MAKES MURALS!
Tom has just finished painting a whole-room mural at Pebbles Day Nursery near Swansea. Why not have a look at the full time-lapse video here! =====>
Also click here for more shots of the finished room!
"It was an absolute pleasure working with Thomas Wolfe to create our first ever children's story Meet our Crohn's and Colitis Cats. Tom brought so much fun to a health condition that is widely misunderstood and stigmatised. He worked creatively to ensure complicated and sometimes scary medical information was presented in an engaging way for children - while at the same time still being open and honest about difficult symptoms and feelings. Tom worked within our brand guidelines to create something that is very recognisable as Crohn's & Colitis UK, but at the same time unique and unlike anything else we've produced before. We sought feedback from users at various stages of the project, which Tom openly welcomed and used to tweak his designs - he even attended one of our Family Day events so he could meet children affected by Crohn's and Colitis and test his designs in person. We've had such an overwhelmingly positive response from our community - with over 1200 printed copies of the book sent out within the first 2 months - and we're confident the story will give children and their families hope for their futures for many years to come."
- Jessica Vasiliou: Knowledge and Evidence Editor at Crohn's & Colitis UK.
Tom's Origami tutorials
Tom created a short tutorial in association with C&CUK to entertain children of all ages during the summer of 2020. Ever wondered how to make a cool cat out of paper? Find out how by watching this video!