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Wolves of Suburbia is the alias of Steve Reynolds, a collage artist from the dark depths of Harrow, NW London, UK.

Predominantly working within analog collage, I source material from vintage magazines, charity shop books and found paper ephemera. Once salvaged, these materials are hand cut and rearranged to create distorted narratives that breathe new life in to the forgotten and the discarded. The human form is often deconstructed and juxtaposed with elements of abstraction and symbolism which coalesce in my minimalist compositions.

The ethos, attitude and drive of growing up and playing in DIY punk rock bands carries through in my creative process – music tends to always be the starting point. Recent themes of mortality, physical and mental health are also subjected to the scalpel. I also dig skulls and snakes.

I’m available for commissions and collaborations. If you’d like to work together on a project, get in touch.

Interested in purchasing an original piece? Visit my shop or talk to me!

Selected prints can be purchased via Society6, here.


Wolves Zine #3. Land of Hopeless Glory
(October 2019)

(It’s) okay not to be (okay)
(July 2019)

Wolves Zine #2. The Difficult Second Album
(July 2019)

Average Art #34
(May 2019)

A5 Magazine #25
(April 2019)

Wolves Zine #1. Extremely, Irrevocably Dead
(March 2019)

Edinburgh Collage Collective: Cut & Post
(November 2018)

Brut Magazine #3: Layers
(July 2018)


TOOMBES Printed Tales 3
(July 2019)

TOOMBES Interview
(March 2019)


World Collage Atlas,
Verbeke Foundation, Antwerp, Belgium
(May 2019)

CUT IT OUT: An All Collage Show,
Revolution Gallery, Buffalo NY
(July-August 2017)

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