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  • Denyse Jones

    Liu Bolin - "Camouflage art" ...In 2007, his advanced camouflage art exploded onto the art scene as we were all left speechless, scratching our heads at how body paint could seamlessly blend a person into their background. With a team of two assistants, Bolin paints onto his clothes and then spends hours positioning himself in front of backdrops until he's virtually invisible.

  • Becky Lee

    collaboration between French street artist JR and Chinese contemporary artist Liu Bolin, aka the Invisible Man, in New York City

  • Janet Chang

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

  • Daniele Magliocca

    Liu Bolin - "Hiding in the City."

  • Lorenzo Donzelli

    #camouflage #liubolin

  • Jenny Strasser

    human optical illusion

  • Donna S.

    Who knew that something as mundane as a soda pop shelf could be so eye-catching? BTW, the artist has painted himself into the photo near the bottom shelf.

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'Chinese artist Liu Bolin has become world renowned for his camouflage art. Liu uses a team of two assistants to paint the camouflage onto him to make him invisible, and each photograph can take up to ten hours to set up. In some cases, Liu has his assistants paint his body and then he remains extremely still until an unsuspecting passer-by happens to walk past." Caption at link

Look closely. Invisible painted man. Liu Bolin.