WILD AND EXOTIC B&W stripes dress the floor of this studio workshop. As the most
popular sex-symbol of the animal prints, the highly sophisticated zebra is the main
focus of this room.
The dramatic statement is reminiscent of Hollywood’s Golden Age. Travel and wealth
went hand-in-hand during the early 20th century. Famous African safarihuntsmen,
from Roosevelt to Hemingway, glamorized the sport, and filled game rooms with trophies
from their shooting expeditions.
In a space where the creative juices flow faster than gin passed F. Scott’s lips,
the hand-painted wooden planks allow for easy clean up, after each project. And although
the zebra’s pattern is considered edgy by design, the B&W colors provide an unbiased
setting for whatever artistic creations lie ahead.
There’s nothing like the thrill of the hunt. And this rendered pattern is the best
kind of trophy –One without the threat of extinction. ♠