Artist: Jason Kulp, Matt Reynoso and Eric Sanchez (Indubitable Design)
Location: Compound Art Gallery, 1145 65th St. Oakland
Date Painted: May, 2018
Date Photographed: December, 2021
Description: Dazzle camouflage was a method use din World War I to confuse German U-boat officers when peering through a periscope. The use of stark zigzag lines and geometric forms was the brain child of Norman Wilkinson, a painter/illustrator/graphic designer, who became a Royal Navy volunteer reserve lieutenant.
The design was created by Jason Kulp and Indubitable Design assisted with the installation. (link: http://indubitabledesign.com/portfolio-item/dazzle-camouflage/)
Notes: More information and work in progress http://indubitabledesign.com/portfolio-item/dazzle-camouflage/ Work in progress below
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