Their looming necks tower high above the animal kingdom; their patterned coats camouflage them from predators amongst the shades of the savannah. Giraffes are animals that truly stand out of a crowd. Searching for some art no one can overlook? Take your interior on a wild safari with giraffe prints.
Coat of arms
Like snowflakes of the sub-Sahara, each is unique, sporting their own giraffe print. Chestnut blotches are separated by cream hairs in a mosaic fashion to create a careful camouflage. These coat patterns are particularly handy for little calves, who spend most of their days hiding among the bushes from hunting beasts. And just like their fur, no two aesthetic tastes are identical. We define ourselves through our personal choices. So which giraffe will you choose for your interior?
Head in the clouds
As the trunk is to the elephant, the most iconic part of giraffes’ anatomy is their elongated necks. They are the tallest mammals on Earth, after all. Standing so high and mighty brings obvious practical advantages—beyond there simply being more of them to love. Our tall friends get to munch on the cream of the crop, reaching leaves other species cannot. They also enjoy a privileged vantage point that enables them to recognise friend or foe from a safe distance. But their necks can also serve as powerful weapons. By swinging their heads in a necking duel, males try to establish dominance.
Playmates of the savannah
Giraffes are a real hit with the kids. Their tall stature and pretty fur patterns make them delightfully odd creatures that are perfect for imaginative adventures during play time. Think of koalas climbing up their lofty necks or even a pirate giraffe riding a shark to the skies: their silliness and playful potential know no bounds.
Does your little one often have their head in the clouds? Sounds like a giraffe print would be the perfect addition to their nursery.