In the wild, sociable zebras always come in herds. You will never find a zebra all alone. Like most horses, they are very social animals, but their patterning also makes them unique. The more members of the herd there are around them, the better that it enhances the camouflage confusion factor created by their stripes. There really is safety in numbers.
I’ve created more than one design featuring herds of zebras. You’ve probably already seen this one:
But, this latest sociable zebras design is bolder and more “grown up.”
While you could still use it in a nursery, it also might work well for teen bedroom decor, or in a den, or–on a dress or blouse in a professional setting. The artwork calls for pairing with bright, bold colors. For now, I’m releasing just these seven colorways, but if you have more you’d like to see, please do suggest some color codes, and I’ll be happy to try them out.