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Raising awareness one rainbow at a time

Each and every day I am excited to create, continue to spread the message of inclusivity and to support those who have been through difficult things just like me.

Meet Abby, the voice and illustrator behind Colourblind Zebra! Abby creates colourful images to raise awareness for chronic illness, disability and mental health.

Chronic illness and disability aids shouldn’t be beige and boring – why should our ability to show our personality stop at what clothes we wear or how we decorate our house?

With Colourblind Zebra Abby aims to create products that help to add a pop of colour to your mobility aids, devices and awareness clothing and accessories, so you can choose brightness over beige and express who you are completely! Read more about Abby below and visit her website to see some of her amazing art!

A little bit about Abby.

I’m a disabled and chronically ill artist from the UK who creates vibrant, eye-catching stickers, enamel pins, postcards, clothing and more to raise awareness of chronic illness, disability and mental health.

I have always been creative, so when I bought an iPad in early 2019, I suddenly found a passion for digital drawing, specifically illustrations about chronic illness, disability and mental illness and the issues we face as a community. Since then, I have built an amazing, supportive community and created my shop Colourblind Zebra to show others that they are not alone. 

Each and every day I am excited to create, continue to spread the message of inclusivity and to support those who have been through difficult things just like me.

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