Dazzle camouflage (yes, that’s where Razzle Dazzle comes from) was used in American and British Navies during World War I and World War II. Dazzle ships were painted in almost Cubist/Op Art patterns,...

Dazzle camouflage (yes, that’s where Razzle Dazzle comes from) was used in American and British Navies during World War I and World War II. Dazzle ships were painted in almost Cubist/Op Art patterns,...

The World War I vintage HMS Argus was one of the first aircraft carriers ever built but operated throughout World War II. Its large hangars were capable of holding fixed wing aircraft.

The World War I vintage HMS Argus was one of the first aircraft carriers ever built but operated throughout World War II. Its large hangars were capable of holding fixed wing aircraft.

dazzle camouflage

dazzle camouflage

Puma Razzle Dazzle

Puma Razzle Dazzle

IJN battleship Nagato

IJN battleship Nagato

Dazzle ships -- You've never seen camouflage like this before!

That time artists camouflaged WWI battleships with psychedelic paint

Dazzle ships -- You've never seen camouflage like this before!

HMS Queen Elizabeth was floated out of the Babcock dock in Rosyth (UK). Designed and built by BAE Systems and assembled by Babcock Marine, the HMS Queen Elizabeth is the biggest, and most powerful, surface warship ever to join the Royal Navy and capable of carrying up to forty aircraft.

HMS Queen Elizabeth was floated out of the Babcock dock in Rosyth (UK). Designed and built by BAE Systems and assembled by Babcock Marine, the HMS Queen Elizabeth is the biggest, and most powerful, surface warship ever to join the Royal Navy and capable of carrying up to forty aircraft.

Dazzle camouflage

Dazzle camouflage

Cleveland-class light cruiser USS Duluth showing her beautiful dazzle camouflage, underway in the Hampton Roads area, 10 october 1944.[740x605]

Cleveland-class light cruiser USS Duluth showing her beautiful dazzle camouflage, underway in the Hampton Roads area, 10 october 1944.[740x605]

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