|Papier mache decoy cow (1944)|
For more about this decoy papier mache milk cow, devised by World War II Australian camouflage artists, click here…
A blog for clarifying and continuing the findings that were published in Camoupedia: A Compendium of Research on Art, Architecture and Camouflage, by Roy R. Behrens (Bobolink Books, 2009).
|Inmates in striped prison suits (not at San Quentin)|
|from Hugh B. Cott, Adaptive Coloration in Animals (1940)|
|WWI disguises: one thing looks like something else|
|News photo of a British hospital in disruptive camouflage (c1918)|
|World War I (August 1917), a camouflaged pissoir|