where is it moving
During the First World War, British and American naval forces created a new kind of stunning camouflage. Working to protect ships from the ravages of U-boats, officers quickly discovered that no paint job could hide thousands of tons of steel between sky and sea. A pattern perfect for a cloudy day would stand out on sunny one. Instead, military minds decided that if they could not mask what they were, they might at least obscure where they were going. Borrowing from contemporary art movements, especially Italian futurism and British Vorticism
, ship-makers painted brilliant stripes and bright curves of pure color across once dull gray bows. Working against the principles of perspective, the new dazzle ships seemed to move, plough and drift in every direction at once, confusing the common sense of the average U-boat periscope operator.My love (DFA Mix)- Justin Timberlake
This is razzle dazzle slink disco from prominent groove captains. It doesn't hit like a warship, but not all spaceships do it like that. Coming or going? Unclear.
Read more about dazzle ships here