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the art of camouflage

Research project 2000

Camouflage in the city as it once was in the countryside, hiding from the enemy, from the prey, from a friend, in everyday life, when we are alone... camouflaging is an art a way of life.


Smart Kamo was created in 2000 by Riccardo Rami Studio with a dye masks system to achieve the camouflage effect, and it was the first City Car with a Camouflage dress. Later it was exhibited at the MUDAC (link) in 2002 as a lookout for the "Cache Cache Camouflage" exhibition.

The Kamo, Project has also produced versions of the C1 BMW, Mini, and BMW.


Kamo Project also embraces other products always made with the concept of Camouflage, such as Furniture made with printing techniques on wood as early as 2001, Needled felt rugs, Cast Glass Objects, all of which were exhibited at MUDAC.

The technique of printed laminas for cars took place many years later with various customizations and the camouflage foils are always among the most sold

the Smart Kamo was published in the book of Maharishi.

DPM: Disruptive Pattern Material – An Encyclopedia of Camouflage