Dazzle Ships

Sir Peter Blake, Carloz Cruz-Diez & Tobias Rehberger

Liverpool Biennial, 14-18 NOW and Tate Liverpool have commissioned artists to dazzle three ships to commemorate the role of artists during the First World War.

Dazzle was a system of camouflage, which used disorientating shapes to make it difficult to estimate a ship’s range, speed and direction of travel. Developed by British marine artist, Norman Wilkinson more than 2000 ships were “dazzled” during the First World War. Now you can create your own unique dazzle art through the Dazzle It app.

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