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Classic Camouflage 'Dazzles' in London

Classic Camouflage 'Dazzles' in London

In commemoration of the 100th anniversary of World War I, German artist Tobias Rehberger was commissioned by the British Navy to resurrect the WWI-era form of ship cloaking known as 'dazzle camouflage.' Using visually disorienting patterns and colors, 'dazzle ships' were believed to be better protected from attacks by German U-Boats during the Great War. More on the story at The Guardian.

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