World War I and the Art of Confusion
by Chris Barton (Author), Victo Ngai (Illustrator)
Pub Date 01 Sep 2017
Behold some of the most mesmerizing patterns you'll ever see and learn how these stunning designs were used to camouflage ships from German torpedoes during World War I.
Dazzle ships were the brainchild of Royal Navy commander Norman Wilkinson. His eye-catching designs for British and American ships made it difficult for enemies to determine the ship's speed and direction.
Vivid illustrations bring to life the little-known history of an improbable idea that produced something utterly dazzling.
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