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  • Laura Breece

    Look Twice: Chinese artist Liu Bolin camouflaged himself for a series of photos called HIDING IN THE CITY.

  • Natasha Watzka

    Liu Bolin stands in front of soft drinks shelves as part of his latest collection of urban camouflage art in Beijing, China.

  • Lorenzo Donzelli

    #camouflage #liubolin

  • Jenny Strasser

    human optical illusion

  • Michelle Wettstein

    Camouflage Body Painting - Amazing painter, Liu Bolin, paints himself 'invisible'..not sure I believe this is not digitally enhanced..

  • Elle Levy

    The artist in these pictures paints himself so that he blends into his surroundings, you are see him if you are observant. He is so so so so good at this. Wow. And he is chinese. Kick ass

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Look closely. Invisible painted man. Liu Bolin.

Liu Bolin - The Invisible Man. Bolin paints himself and others into the surroundings creating the illusion of transparency. He says his art is a protest against the actions of the Government, who shut down his art studio in 2005 and persecutes artists. It’s about not fitting into modern society

The Invisible Man: Liu Bolin covers himself with paint to blend into his backgrounds.

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Hiding in the City No. 16 & 17 People's Policeman, 2006

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Liu Bolin in Interview: “The situation for artists in China is very difficult and the forced removal of the artist’s studio is in fact my direct inspiration of this series of photographs, Hiding In The City…I am standing, but there is a silent protest, the protest against the environment for the survival, the protest against the state.”

l’artiste chinois Liu Bolin présente actuellement une exposition de ses œuvres “Lost in Art”

Meet the Real Life Invisible Man