Wolf Art is an art studio which combines the production and sale of graphics, as well as related artistic and creative products based on motifs by the painter Vuk Vučković.

Wolf Art is in continuous search of creative and professional collaborators from around the world to join their existing team. E-mail contact for ideas, innovations, suggestions and cooperation: [email protected]


About the Cities’ series

Vuk’s latest series of paintings called Cities are done in oils on a huge canvas.  He paints highly detailed panoramas of the world’s most famous cities and they represent everything that makes a city unique and recognisable. By using a comprehensive method of painting and placing a wide, panoramic shot in the centre of the observer’s view and sphere of interest, the artist wants to bring his message closer, filled with colours missing from our daily lives, and at the same time inform and intrigue the viewer about the city in the picture as well as the city in reality; to record through colours the soul and temperament of each city, to leave a cultural and historical document,  as well as an artistic image of all of the significant places from the aspect of both past and present.

The works from this series can be defined as a mixture of surrealism, naïve and psychedelic art. Influences from childhood can be seen in them, including picture books, Lego blocks, video games, as well as the works of the artist’s favourite old masters, Bosch and Bruegel.


About his creations, Vuk Vučković says:

I put myself in the role of “chronicler”; through my paintings I record the city in the present. I strive to preserve the beauty of the city by reminding people of it. I try to highlight the good things that make a city, to show it in a positive light to both those who live there as well as tourists. People identify with cities – they evoke strong emotions. Cities are sometimes beyond borders and countries. My intention is that through this series of images I encourage the observer to expand his or her knowledge of the culture and history of the cities that I paint, with the idea that when we learn, then we will understand, and when we understand, then we will preserve and nurture.


About artist

vuk vuckovic artist


Vuk Vučković was born in 1986 in Pančevo, Serbia. He graduated in 2010 from the Faculty of Fine Arts in Belgrade, where he started his doctoral studies in painting the same year. Since 2015, he has been the co-founder of the art studio “Wolf Art”.

Vuk has been exhibiting his art since 2007, and so far he has exhibited at  18 solo and more than 100 group exhibitions, for which he has received numerous awards and recognitions.  Vuk’s works can be found in numerous collections and in public spaces.

Due to his many achievements, Vuk Vučković is one of the most successful young artists in Serbia. His vision is to create an international company which would promote culture and art.


For more information about Vuk Vučković visit artist website www.vukvuckovic.com



About the prints

Vuk spends 6 months working on each painting. Using the latest digital printing technology, Wolf Art produces graphics based on Vuk’s paintings. Limited edition prints are printed on high quality fine art paper and canvas, using original Canon colours that guarantee the longevity of the prints.

Special attention has been given to the design of the packaging for unframed prints to ensure safe transport and follow the visual identity of Wolf Art.

With each graphic there is a black and white version of the image with all the places marked and listed in English, which can also be used as a travel guide.



Print sizes

Wolf Art prints are made in A and B format of ISO standard papers. This allows easy and safe transport and the ability to choose one of the standard frames.



XL  B0     140 x 100 cm     55.1 x 39.4 in      canvas

L     B1     100 x 70 cm        39.4 x 27.5 in     paper and canvas

M   B2      70 x 50 cm         27.5 x 19.7 in      paper and canvas


  • Prints on paper have border for framing. Given size refers to size of the paper.
  • Prints on canvas have 5 cm border for framing. Given size refers to size of the image.



  • Graphics are framed by a professional
  • We used wooden battens, L profiles
  • Framed prints are packed in specially designed boxes to ensure safe transport



Special attention has been given to the design of the packaging for unframed prints to ensure safe transport and follow the visual identity of Wolf Art.

Belgrade digital print on paper - size s - tube - packaging process

Belgrade digital print on paper, size S tube, packaging process


shipping box for framed prints

shipping box for framed prints, M size





XL          140 x 100 cm                                                        unframed = 320;

Print run:  NYC/100, CHI/ 100, BGD/100, NS/50

L            100 x 70 cm                                                           unframed = 160;                           framed = 220

Print run:  NYC /250, CHI/ 250, BGD /150, NS/100

M          70 x 50 cm                                                             unframed = 80;                             framed = 110

Print run:  NYC/500, CHI/ 500, BGD/300, NS/200


L             100 x 70 cm                                                          unframed = 120;

Print run:  NYC/500, CHI/ 500, BGD/250, NS/150

M          70 x 50 cm                                                             unframed = 60;

Print run:  NYC/1000, CHI/ 1000, BGD/500, NS/300