Rooms Feb 2016 Shigeki Matsuyama is a Japanese artist who uses WWI dazzle camouflage designs as the motive for his work. It expresses the uncertain always changing qualities of today’s social networking sites, he explains.

NUUN BERLIN Rooms Feb 2016 Shigeki Matsuyama is a Japanese artist who uses WWI dazzle camouflage designs as the motive for his work. It expresses the uncertain always changing qualities of today’s social networking sites, he explains.

“Dazzle” warship USS Mahomet in port, circa November 1918.

An Unofficial Visual History of Camouflage

Dazzle painting : An Illustrated History of Unbelievably Camouflaged ShipsUSS West Mahomet (a steel-hulled cargo ship of the U. Navy, but used as a merchant vessel under the name SS West Mahomet between 1919 and Scrapped in

Dazzle Camouflage #CompanyOfMakers

Artist Norman Wilkinson developed a beautifully abstract form of camouflage to protect ships from German U-boats in fighting war with Art.

Le Dazzle camouflage, les bateaux furtifs de la première guerre mondiale

Le Dazzle camouflage, les bateaux furtifs de la première guerre mondiale

Dazzle camouflage , also known as Razzle Dazzle or Dazzle painting , was a camouflage ships , extensively during World War I and to a .

PT-170 “Zebra” shows off her stripes as she cruises in Atlantic waters shortly after her completion.

"Zebra" - camouflage intended to make it difficult for enemy gunners to determine speed and course of the boat

Dazzle camouflage at its finest! On the photo PT-170, an Elco 80-footer of Motor Torpedo Boat Squadron 10 (MTBRon 10), painted in “zebra” pattern designed to thwart enemy optical range finding, 1942.

Dazzle camouflage at its finest! On the photo an Elco of Motor Torpedo Boat Squadron 10 (MTBRon painted in “zebra” pattern designed to thwart enemy optical range finding,

Plate from 1922 showing the dazzle camouflage method, illustrated by Norman Wilkinson (via Encyclopædia Britannica)

Plate from 1922 showing the dazzle camouflage method, illustrated by Norman Wilkinson (via Encyclopædia Britannica) group キリ

Dazzle camouflage par Guillaume Weiler / jeune designer français, fraîchement diplômé de l’école d’art HEAR Mulhouse.

Dazzle camouflage par Guillaume Weiler

Dazzle camouflage par Guillaume Weiler / jeune designer français, fraîchement diplômé de l’école d’art HEAR Mulhouse.

Abstracting the Fleet: Dazzle Camouflage’s Influence on Contemporary Art and Design | The Creators Project

Abstracting the Fleet: Dazzle Camouflage’s Influence on Contemporary Art and Design

Abstracting the Fleet: Dazzle Camouflage’s Influence on Contemporary Art and Design | The Creators Project

Dazzle camouflage (also known as Razzle Dazzle or Dazzle painting) was a military camouflage paint scheme used on ships, extensively during World War I and to a lesser extent in World War II.After seeing a canon painted in dazzle camouflage trundling through the streets of Paris, Picasso is reported to have taken credit for the innovation which seemed to him a quintessentially Cubist technique.

Camouflage: HMS Kildangan painted with a dazzle design in 1918 in order to disguise it from the enemy

041 Dazzle Camouflage, Ship in Dry Dock by Vorticist artist Edward Wadsworth ▫ 1918

Dazzle Ships and the art of confusion

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