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Fake Pre, WWII and after swiss houses. Painting detail of a swiss concrete bunker disguised as mountain chalet. Each of these bunkers was covered with a customised skin inspired by…

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Fake pre and WWII (and after) swiss houses. A Swiss concrete bunker disguised as mountain Chalet. This camouflaged bunkers were almost secret until 2004. Theatre set designers and…

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Swiss mastery in camouflage also produced other typologies, like those bunkers disguised to look as natural elements, such as rocks or vegetation. Photo: Leo Fabrizio

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The principle of degaussing was used during WWII to render the naval vessels undetectable (and invisible), from magnetic mines and torpedoes. The degaussing of a ship involved the…

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Fake WWII (and after) swiss houses. Swiss concrete bunkers disguised as mountain houses. This camouflaged bunkers were almost secret until 2004. Theatre set designers and artists were hired…

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Swiss mastery in camouflage also produced other typologies, like those bunkers disguised to look as natural elements, such as rocks or vegetation. Photo: Leo Fabrizio, from Leo ‘Fabrizio:…

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Fake WWII (and after) swiss houses. Swiss concrete bunkers disguised as mountain houses. These camouflaged bunkers were almost secret until 2004. Theatre set designers and artists were hired…

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Pigeons Bred with Camouflage, 1941 Camouflaged pigeons, with a mottled plumage to make them almost invisible to the enemy, were bred in Ontario, during WWII, by Ray R….

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1943 – Photo from a camouflage class at New York University, where men and women make models from aerial photographs and devise a camouflage scheme for a defense…

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1943 – A camouflage class at New York University, where men and women make models from aerial photographs and devise a camouflage scheme for a defense plant. This…