Due to changes in hanging hardware, instructions may be currently outdated. Use as a guide only.

How To Hang Your Zooettes

I’ve been hanging artwork for most of my life, and I can tell you without shame that it’s difficult, especially if it’s anything more complex than hanging a single frame. My animal prints were fun to design, but putting them up on the walls? No sir, not fun. I’ve taken most of the guess work out of it for you, though.

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Standard Horizontal

Perfect for hanging over a bed. Includes the Bee, Elephant, Frog, Gorilla, Lion, Mouse, Owl, Pug, Train, and Whale.

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Long Horizontal

Great layout for a long couch. Includes the Bird, Bull, Deer, Fox, Horses, Longhorn, Monkey, Penguin, and Swan.

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Bookends

Another long layout with a strong statement at the ends. Includes the Dachshund and Squirrel.

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The Cat

Strictly for vertical spaces, this layout emphasizes a room’s height and pairs well with windows—obviously, right?

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The Giraffe

This is the craziest layout of all the animal silhouettes. It’s great for stairwells and will attract some serious attention.

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The Moose

This layout mimics the peak of a mountain in the deep north. For anyone who needs a bit of the wild added to their boring walls.

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The T-Rex

This strong arrangement is for anyone who wants to be noticed. It has the feel of both a vertical and horizontal layout.

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The Turtle

This tetris-like layout feels lopsided. That is, until the diving turtle visually pulls you back to the right.

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The Bear

This layout is a bit deceiving. It’s mostly a long horizontal, but the waterfall adds just a hint of quirkiness.

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