As lifelong Wolves fans the band decided to add a professional slant to a few of the well-known Wolves anthems from the terraces and, following a tremendously positive response, The Wolfpack Howlers were born.
Since that initial impromptu gig, The Wolfpack Howlers have played numerous gigs around the West Midlands and recently live-streamed a ‘Play for the Pack’ gig at Birmingham’s Millennium Point.
By 2020, the band's popularity had grown so much that they were approached to record an album of Wolves classics and they again turned to SPARKIUS Art to create artwork for the release.
It was a bit of a whirlwind time and Steve jumped in to create all of the branding assets we needed. Of course, we were delighted to have such a great band logo in such a short space of time and, since then, Steve has been there to help out with whatever we've needed.
The request to release the 'Nuno Had A Dream' CD took us by surprise and having a designer who understood exactly what was needed for the album cover was a Godsend. Despite the fact we didn't have a confirmed tracklist at the start of the project, the whole process took less than five days to complete and the end-result far outweighed our expectations.