The man who isn’t there

You might say that Liu Bolin likes to blend in. But the Chinese artist does more than just wear camouflage pants and stand next to a bush. With the help of some assistants, Bolin paints himself, head to toe and unassumingly just stands there–in grocery stores, next to piles of coal, on staircases, you name it. And, unless you look really closely, you’ll miss him entirely–which is pretty much the point.


[via Yahoo! News and Eli Klein Gallery]

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