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Nature, Art, and Camouflage: Duplicitous Uses of Color

Title

Nature, Art, and Camouflage: Duplicitous Uses of Color

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Keywords

Camouflage (Biology); Camouflage (Military science);

Publication Type

Video

Description

This is an illustrated overview of four kinds of camouflage (blending, countershading, mimicry, and disruption), with examples of their common occurrence in nature, as well as their adoption as wartime deception strategies. A central aspect of the film is the involvement of artists, designers, and architects, in studies of both military and natural camouflage. Part 1 of a series of 4. Written, produced and narrated by UNI Emeritus Professor Roy R. Behrens (©2022).

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Identifier

08

Publication Date

2022

Publisher

UNI ScholarWorks, Rod Library, University of Northern Iowa

Language

en

File Format

video/mp4

Nature, Art, and Camouflage: Duplicitous Uses of Color

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