I’m Gili Wolf, the human behind this website. I’m an artist and graphic designer originally from Southern California, now living in Louisville, Colorado. (I have to include the California part because I’m dyed in the wool — you can take the girl out of California, but, you know the rest.) Having moved to Louisville -“The-Best-Small-Town-in-America,” Colorado from Los Angeles, I have a few things to say about life in a small town compared to life in the big city. Because place has so much to do with art, it’s a topic I’ve been exploring as part of my creative process, as well as color, current events, and a society in general.
So, hi! Thanks for joining me in my little corner of the web.
Like most creative types, I have a lot of ideas and projects rolling around all at the same time. For those who have known or worked with me for awhile, I’d like to offer some clarity as to what I’m up to because my offerings are in motion and are changing. And for those of you I’m meeting for the first time, here’s the scoop for you too!
Bigbad Industries has existed as my design business since 2007. It is currently still functioning as a design business, but it is also in transition and will eventually take on a somewhat different art-related focus. I am still working with current and new clients, and I am delighted to chat if you are interested in working together on a design project. You can view examples of my work on the Design Portfolio page or get in touch through the Contact page.
What is behind the transition? I have embarked on a venture called Your Digital Stylist, in partnership with designer Heidi Yarger of Spitfiregirl Design. I invite you stop by our web page and join our mailing list, find us on Facebook, Instagram and Pinterest to follow along as we build out our new business concept.
So for a little while, if it appears Bigbad Industries has a few different things going on, it is because there are! This space remains steadfast as the spot where you can find me, my work, and the development of some new ideas, and I hope you’ll visit often!
Photo by Beth Sanders