Orlando artist Wolfrich made this week's cover, and you can score a copy at Artlando


  • Cover illustration by Wolfrich
We've been getting a lot of questions about this year's Fall Guide cover and we're here to try and answer them all.

Who made it?
  • illustration by Wolfrich

Badass local artist Wolfrich.

What was the inspiration?
"I read a lot of Where's Waldo? books when I was a kid and I always wanted to make my own. So when I had the opportunity to make an Orlando version with my favorite sports teams …" [We think it worked out pretty well.]

Is there a printable poster we can download from your site?
Well, no, because Wolfrich worked really hard on it and deserves to make a little extra bank on prints. However, we can't stop you from snatching up as many newsprint copies as you like and wallpapering your room with them.

OK, how can I buy a print?
Wolfrich has made a limited number of 11-by-11 prints, which will be available for sale at Artlando on Saturday, Sept. 30. Just look for the Orlando Weekly promo table. He'll also have larger versions available for order; email wolfrich@wolfrich.com for custom order inquiries.

  • illustration by Wolfrich

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