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Zebra - wooden striped clothes hanger designed by Dimitris Kalergis
Zebra - wooden striped clothes hanger designed by Dimitris Kalergis
Zebra - wooden striped clothes hanger designed by Dimitris Kalergis
Zebra - wooden striped clothes hanger designed by Dimitris Kalergis
Zebra - wooden striped clothes hanger designed by Dimitris Kalergis
Zebra - wooden striped clothes hanger designed by Dimitris Kalergis
Zebra - wooden striped clothes hanger designed by Dimitris Kalergis

Zebra

 88.00

Clothes Hanger

An elegant wooden clothes hanger crafted from layers of solid wood of oak and walnut, imitating a zebra stripes camouflage. The idea of stripes makes this hanger unique, even among it’s own category, as it depends on the personality of the natural wood personality of grains and colours, which is used every time for its crafting. Emphasizing the synthesis of diverse types of wood, these hangers integrate a variety of grains, natural colours and shapes (also available in Trinity style). Features prevalent in the natural world and the environment are beautifully represented in these objects.

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Additional Information
Weight0.22 kg
Dimensions43.6 x 2.9 x 24.7 cm
Material

Packaging

The Concept

The Concept

Nature facts

Nature facts

Zebras are species of African equids (horse family) with distinctive black and white stripe coating. Their stripes come in different patterns, unique to each individual. They are generally social animals that live in small harems to large herds. Unlike their closest relatives, horses and donkeys, zebras have never been truly domesticated. The unique stripes of a zebra make it one of the animals most familiar to people. They occur in a variety of habitats, such as grasslands, savannas, woodlands, thorny scrublands, mountains, and coastal hills. The stripes are typically vertical on the head, neck, forequarters, and main body, with horizontal stripes at the rear and on the legs of the animal. A wide variety of hypotheses account for the evolution of the striking stripes of zebras. The more traditional of these relate to camouflage.