Disruptive really is the new new black, isn’t it?
It’s not half as stylish, though, is it? Still, the leopard would do well to leave its shorts alone.
Who knew WWII ships were painted in angular op-art “dazzle” patterns?
Well, JWZ for one.
I just sat down to read this post, when my girlfriend asked, “what’s going on on the internet honey?”
From behind me. On the couch, where a chance combination of clothing had made her completely invisible.
Off topic, I suppose. But apropos.
Dazzle camouflage was first introduced in WWI
Yeah I love the Dazzle camo schemes.
Hmmm, yes. But with markedly less dying/punching.
I did startle a bit, though.
Typo: “Few other books on the subject exists” should read “Few other books on the subject exist”
I think they do exist, but are just really, really difficult to spot.
This is the pic that I always think of when the term urban warfare comes up:
319 moneys?! I want it but not that much.
About the Author
Hardy Blechman, the Creative Director of Maharishi, a fashion design company, has been influential in the proliferation of camouflage and combat pants in civilian fashion over the past decade.
Wonder if he worked at Blue Ant?
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