Liu Bolin is the Invisible Artist

Posted: November 8, 2009 by beckettnoyes in POP - pop culture, VAULT -- archives
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Liu Bolin is a human chameleon.  Spending “up to 10 hours at a time,” he literally paints himself and stands in the scene (avert eyes to front “Right” tire) of his photographs. There is no trick photography or photo shopping here, just one man’s uncanny eye for detail.  I bet he does some decent face painting at parties.

Check out more of his work here.

~Beckett Noyes

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Comments
  1. Katie says:

    Creepy shit. Took me about 10 years to see it, too.

  2. Kate says:

    I’m seriously impressed…

  3. Ants in Underpants says:

    What, am I the only one who sees through this farce? Wake up people, he’s using an Invisibility Cloak!

  4. Lulu says:

    Am I the only one seriously creeped out by this guy?

  5. Kate says:

    yes lulu, yes…this man is totally awesome

  6. […] 25, 2010 · Leave a Comment If you missed my earlier post on the invisible artist, Liu Bolin, well then you might want to check it out.  This time I present […]

  7. Liu Bolin has been doing his Hiding in the City series since 2005. It started as a political commentary on the tensions between the Chinese government and their people and the identity an environment gives an individual and vice versa. Liu Bolin will be exhibiting at Eli Klein Fine Art in New York from June 29 – August 28, 2011. Eli Klein Fine Art represents him exclusively in North and South America. More images can be found on http://www.ekfineart.com.

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