A blog for clarifying and continuing the findings that were published in Camoupedia: A Compendium of Research on Art, Architecture and Camouflage, by Roy R. Behrens (Bobolink Books, 2009).
Friday, September 28, 2018
Disruption Vs. Dazzle | Prevalent Misunderstandings
Above This essay has just been published privately as a full-color booklet. It discusses misunderstandings about the way in which World War I ship camouflage was intended to function. It also makes a distinction between figure disruption (as proposed in 1914 by Scottish zoologist John Graham Kerr, who called it "parti-coloring") and dazzle-painting (as proposed in 1917 by British artist Norman Wilkinson). more>>>