Type=image;ImageID=13241;ImageClass=left;ImageTitle=Ready to prowl the city centre streets;TitleClass=strong;
All 30 wolves will be in place at different locations across the city centre from Wednesday 5 July, with maps now available to help people hunt them down.
It will be the largest public art event in the city ever, running until 24 September.
The map can be viewed at Type=links;Linkid=8544;Title=The Wolf Trail;Target=_blank;, where it can also be downloaded and printed.
Copies of the map will also be available at Civic Centre reception, Wolverhampton Art Gallery, Central Library, WV Active Central and The Way Youth Zone, from Tuesday.
City of Wolverhampton Council Cabinet Member for City Economy, Councillor John Reynolds, said: "The artists have produced outstanding designs that really catch the eye.
"Wolves in Wolves is a great opportunity to showcase the city to visitors and I'm sure these 30 wolves will help put the city on the map as a cultural centre.
"It is also a fun way for families to get active and discover the city and what it has to offer."
The names of all the Wolves and their associated artist have now been revealed:
Wild (Stef Fridael), Colour (Clemens Briels), Love (Danielle Robotham), Hunter (Sophie Casewell), Old Gold (Alex Vann), The Sitting (Jasyn Lucas), Bayliss (Jody Lee Williams), Thomas (Sunita Meen), Sunset (Jemima Mantle), Support Life (Alex Vann), Compton (Harriet Davies), Kiyiya (Jo Burgess), Rainbow (Julie Fletcher), Meditation (Nigel James Kilworth), Hope (HeadStart Team), Aurora (Katie Keith), Endless Opportunities (Jody Lee Williams), Dynasty (Laura Hickman & Kesia Pennington-Yates), Flame (Mark Lavendar & David Miller), Garden (Claire Rollerson), Wolfy McWolf (Emily Bland), Sacred Grandfathers (Jasyn Lucas), Beanstalk (Navkiran Klare), The Fallen (Councillor Claire Darke), Fenrir (Marie Sewell and Neil Hodgkiss), Wolf Ver-Hampton (Moreton School), Zeus (Highfields School), Beowulf (Parastoo Duffett), Mander (Jodie Fletcher and Laura Hickman), and Claude (Belinda Maria Longsden).
Wolverhampton BID Director, Cherry Shine, said: "Wolves in Wolves is a fantastic project that supports all of the work of Wolverhampton BID.
"The aim of the engaging and friendly sculpture trail is to attract families to our city centre to have a great day out.
"The wolves will inject a sense of fun into our centre, remind people of the amazing city we are and support businesses to thrive by driving significant footfall for the duration of the project."
Official sponsors of the project are HeadStart Wolverhampton, Hilton Main Construction, Learn Play Foundation, Mander Centre, Marston's Wolverhampton Civic and Historical Society, MoveCorp, Talent Match Black Country, NHS Wolverhampton Clinical Commissioning Group, University of Wolverhampton, Yoo Recruit, West Midlands Fire Service, Wolverhampton Wanderers FC, Arena Theatre and Enjoy Wolverhampton.
- released: Friday 30 June, 2017