Rudi Wolff is an award-winning New York City graphic artist. Over the years he has worked in a variety of media including ﬁlm, graphic design and print. He is a ﬁne-arts graduate of Cooper Union and a Fulbright Fellow. Articles about his work have appeared in the Swiss magazine Graphis, the Japanese magazine Idea, and Print magazine. He has exhibited and won awards at The New York Art Directors Club, The American Institute of Graphic Arts and the Illustrators Club. His work was featured at various architectural design exhibits. Shows included Westbeth and Caelum galleries in Chelsea.
One-man show at The Arsenal Gallery, Narthex Gallery of St. Peter's Church, the Firehouse Arts Center in Newburyport, MA, Cornwall Arts and The Gallery at UJA of New York. Most recently, “The Creation” and “Ten Commandments” were shown at Union Theological Seminary, St James Chapel, Broadway and 121st Street and The YU Museum in Chelsea. “Genesis” was shown at The Jewish Theological Seminary and “Tullipmania” was on exhibit at The Atrium, Lexington Avenue and 54th Street in NY. His work may be found in private collections here and abroad.