DPM, Disruptive Pattern Material.
An Encyclopaedia Of Camouflage: Nature • Military • Culture
DPM (Disruptive Pattern Material) is an art/reference book charting the history of camouflage from its roots in nature, through its adoption by the military, to its current popularity in design, fashion and popular culture.
Spread across two volumes totalling 944 pages, DPM features over 5,000 full-colour illustrations, with contributions from photographers including Annie Leibovitz, Nick Knight, Pennie Smith, Glen E Friedman and Henry Chalfant. Concept by Hardy Blechman. Written, researched and co-designed by Al Newman. Published by Maharishi in 2004.
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Published by Maharishi
31.4 × 22.8 × 9.2 cm (two volumes, in slipcase)