Urban Zebra

Breaking news just in…there have been numerous sightings of the rare Urban Zebra.  This attractive creature was first spotted taking shape in the studios of Bader Art Metal. 

Standing on just two legs of one inch by two inch, .065 wall, rectangular tubing, the Urban Zebra’s haunches are distinguished by a brushed metal finish and seamless TIG welded joints.

The second encounter was reported at Mark Cwik Studio Furniture, where it’s been confirmed that the backbone of this taught and elegant animal, a lovely slab of zebrawood, was painstakingly mitered, assembled, and finished to exacting tolerances.

Sightings are rare and as such, capturing this elusive creature on film can be most trying.  Luckily we were able to obtain photos before it returned to its native habitat in an equally stunning home.

Be on the lookout for the Urban Zebra.  Should you come into contact with it, you’ll undoubtedly be one of the lucky few able to share details of such a unique encounter in home decor.


Austin Bader
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