Razzle Dazzle of RMS Olympic in Braille v Punch holes in it like Morse Code of RMS Titanic, 1912-2012
This is the Dazzle Art of the World War I. Dazzle Art was painted in brightly colours, Op Art onto the ships to Dazzle the German Enemy - in order that it was difficult for them to detect there precise location. From my previous Olympic Art of the London Olympic Games 2012, I have used the same format of six Olympic Rings to spell a letter in Braille, this has been superimposed on the RMS Olympic. This ship is the sister ship of the RMS Titanic which is has message's in Morse Code.
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Artwork is titled, signed and numbered by the Artist on the rear of the print, and printed with 10 colour archival quality pigment inks on 280g Paper
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