European Art

Info courtesy of AP Euro teacher, Mr. Kirkcaldy

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A bit of a tangent from usual posts
During WWI and WWII boats used this pattern known as “razzle dazzle” to hide in what direction they were moving.
This stems from cubism, in which camouflage was found by manipulating the eye. So, when you get the chance, thank Picasso and Braque.

A bit of a tangent from usual posts

During WWI and WWII boats used this pattern known as “razzle dazzle” to hide in what direction they were moving.

This stems from cubism, in which camouflage was found by manipulating the eye. So, when you get the chance, thank Picasso and Braque.

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