Sunday, 23 September 2018

Dazzle, London


If you missed the London Design Festival here in the centre of it all then for the next few days we going to share some of our delicious finds.  Here at the V&A, the monolithic and mega-world-class museum is Dazzle.  "The graphic design studio, Pentagram were commissioned for this project to be inspired by a type of experimental camouflage used during the First World War."  "The idea of 'Dazzle', a camouflage painted on the surface of ships was pioneered by the artist Norman Wilkinson, who prepared numerous designs for vessels, drawing on avant-garde movements such as Cubism and Vorticism, as well as animal camouflage".  This is a staggering space to visit, so, if you do have a moment do swing by the V&A to experience this for yourself.



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