[Guest Post] Razzle-Dazzle


Dazzle Camouflage was a method of painting battleships during World Wars I and II in which geometric patterns and complimentary colors were selected for paint schemes of the ships. Rather than actually camouflaging the ships, the Dazzle schemes made it difficult to determine the size of the vessel, the direction the ship was headed, and also made it difficult to determine the front from the back of the battleship. You really should look up the ships. They’re awesome.

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