Archive for November, 2013
Military camouflage design was first developed during the 19th century, as the accuracy and power of firearms improved. However, it wasn’t until World War One when camouflage first became popular among the United States military. In 1942, the artists named Grant Wood and Jacques Villon created patterns that were widely used for camouflage by the U.S. military. Camouflage utilizes two main elements of color and patterns in its design to disguise. Although camo design was developed for military forces, such as infantry, battleships and tanks, today camouflage is evident in camo clothes for women and men.
Camouflage design has become quite popular for non-military purposes, especially for individuals who support family members, friends, or loved ones involved in the military. The design has become pop