Camouflage Research Archive: Art, Architecture and Design

Since the mid-1960s, Roy R. Behrens has collected information about the development of Modern-era camouflage. This on-going research collection includes hundreds of vintage photographs, newspaper clippings and cartoons, magazine articles, books and pertinent text extracts, government documents, videos, original correspondence with camouflage practitioners or their descendants, and an extensive bibliography of camouflage-related sources.

This online posting of portions of this material has two primary goals:

  • To provide public access to historic images and texts about Modern-era studies of camouflage (both national and military). While much of it is focused on the achievements of artists, architects and other design-related professional, it also includes information about the involvement of contributors from the sciences and other fields.
  • To establish a repository of factual information, public domain images, and links to additional sources for scholars who are engaged in camouflage research.

  • All content is from the collection of Roy R. Behrens, Professor of Art (graphic design) and Distinguished Scholar at the University of Northern Iowa.

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