Color Palette and Camouflage for Cascadia: Biomimcry by Willi Paul,

Mimicry: An anti-predatory device where a species copies the appearance, sound or form of a model species in order to survive. Camouflage: A survival technique in which an otherwise visible organism may be unseen or indiscernible from its surrounding environment. Camouflage is used by animals to hide from predators and prey – including humans hiding from other humans.

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Believe me, building a mythical space as big as Monterey to Vancouver Island is not an easy thing. The 33 new myths + are starting to-fill in the places, people and Chaos Era struggles but much more is needed if Cascadia will be a reality in the future.

First, seven colors have been selected from seven Cascadian animals because Nature is the design driver and basis for the new federation logos, mascots and flag. The Cascadian Color Palette helps to integrate Nature with Tribe identity and the new regional community.

What does Biomimcry have to do with a make-believe county? The color palette is the new spiritual, protection and economic visual standard.

The camouflage that is created from the palette and recycled / naturally dyed second hand clothing is how humans are using Nature’s colors to protect themselves from other humans, shielding from the Dark Side bandits.

Using the Color Palette, four camouflages for Cascadia over-alls, yurts, flags and tattoos and other fair trade items are created:

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Comment by Bonnie Bright on November 25, 2012 at 4:24pm

Thanks for this post, Willi. The idea of biomimicry is so fascinating. I saw a presentation on it a few months ago and got the book of the same name--though I have yet to read it. I think the topic is hugely relevant.

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