Wednesday, March 28, 2012

ODG Lupus Camouflage in the Wild

Orion Design Group released these great photos of their transitional camouflage pattern for the US Army Camouflage Improvement Effort on a finished uniform shirt and trousers. Clearly there is plenty of cross over opportunity for their patterns in use with hunting, law enforcement, and military. They don't have a design with large pixelation that was the start of digital camouflage nor the traditional twig and leaf style popular in the hunting community. 

Orion Design Group Lupus Camouflage
This shot gives a much closer look at the shirt with a better look at the pattern. The goal of a transitional pattern is the ability to provide concealment in multiple terrains. You can see how the color palette would allow for this from varying distances and their abstract pattern plays it the goal of good camouflage by not having discerning features easily captured by the human eye.

ODG Lupus Camouflage
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1 comment:

  1. Judging by the second photo, it honestly looks like they simply combined Multicam and A-TACS patterns AND colors into this 'new' design. It does look good though!