MHI’s latest seasonal camouflage pattern is DPM: English Oak and is MHI’s bold graphic take on maharishi’s AW13 DPM: English Oak & Berry a photo real rendition of an English Oak forest infused with bright red edible berries, referencing the hi visibility colours included in many hunting patterns.
maharishi’s camouflage DPM pattern this season is a photo real rendition of an English Oak forest infused with bright red edible berries, referencing the hi visibility colours included in many hunting patterns.
maharishi’s long standing tradition of creating a new thematically relevant disruptive pattern each season continues this Spring Summer with DPM:Bonsai Python. Created to celebrate the Chinese lunar year of the snake the pattern takes it’s inspiration from the natural world, namely the disruptive patterns utilised by snakes and other reptiles for concealment.
London Undercover has teamed up with DPM to produce a series of 6 Disruptive Pattern Material umbrellas, utilising patterns from maharishi’s archive.
Each pattern has been developed with the intention of detaching camouflage from its military associations and promoting its roots in nature, art and design.
Binh Danh received his MFA from Stanford University in 2004 and has emerged as an artist of national importance with work that investigates his Vietnamese heritage and our collective memory of war, both in Viet Nam and Cambodia—work that, in his own words, deals with “mortality, memory, history, landscape, justice, evidence, and spirituality.”
Over the next year, America’s largest fighting force is swapping its camouflage pattern. The move is a quiet admission that the last uniform — a pixelated design that debuted in 2004 at a cost of $5 billion — was a colossal mistake.
Maharishi’s DPM:Bamdazzle pattern was inspired by the dazzle paint scheme used on Navy ships, primarily during WWI. It consisted of a complex pattern of geometricshapes in contrasting colours, interrupting and intersecting each other in order to confuse a german torpedo operator as to the direction that the ship was travelling, how far away it was [...]
Only compulsion could inspire these artists to employ the countless connections, cuts, and knots necessary to create their works.
Wilkinson’s WWI Dazzle concept is merged with bamboo culm’s, in keeping with DPM’s aim to detach camouflage from it’s military associations and promote its natural roots and artistic influence.
maharishi Neoprene iPad Case in DPM: Bonsai Woodland featured in this month’s issue of GQ magazine.
Born by shaking, fusing, vibrating our continents the Reshuffle-it concept and pattern describes the shake-up process and transformation our world and society is going through.
During WWI, Germany implemented a policy of unrestricted U-boat (submarine) warfare that not only caused massive loss of life and equipment but also threatened the supply of food to England.
Recycled military surplus has always been a permanent feature of maharishi’s mainline collection, including vintage surplus items that are recut and updated with accessory and cord systems.
Tony’s Gallery is proud to present “I do not expect to be a mother but I do expect to die alone”, the first UK solo exhibition by Polish-born, New York-based artist Olek.
For those academics with an interest in art and camouflage, tomorrow sees the launch of the Special Works Project Preliminary Report on the continued existence of Camouflage Park within Kensington Gardens.