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The Best Of Master Camouflage Artist Liu Bolin

Chinese artist Liu Bolin paints his body to camouflage into urban environments. His first retrospective opens in the U.K. this week.

Liu Bolin is a young Beijing based artist who has exhibited primarily in China until last year’s solo show at Paris’ galerie Bertin Toublanc and a group show with the gallery in Miami. He recently finished up a show at Eli Klein fine art in New York. Liu Bolin, Modern Art, Contemporary Art, Ephemeral Art, Urban Street Art, Invisible Man, High School Art, Ap Art, Art Club

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JR & Liu Bolin on Elizabeth St in NYC 2012 by Roberts Horowitz Creative. The behind the scenes look into the collaboration between French street artist JR and Chinese artist Liu Bolin between Elizabeth and 11 Spring St in NYC. Liu Bolin, Graffiti I, Born In China, Master Of Fine Arts, French Street, Bachelor Of Fine Arts, Collage, Body Painting, Painting Art

JR & Liu Bolin on Elizabeth St in NYC 2012

The behind the scenes look into the collaboration between French street artist JR and Chinese artist Liu Bolin between Elizabeth and 11 Spring St in NYC.

Red is the color that never fades into the background. Maria Grazia Chiuri & Pierpaolo Piccioli, Valentino for Liu Bolin. Look close! Liu Bolin, Crimson Dress, Invisible Man, Bachelor Of Fine Arts, Maria Grazia, Harpers Bazaar, Body Painting, Painting Art, Artsy

Red is the color that never fades into the background. Maria Grazia Chiuri Pierpaolo Piccioli, Valentino for Liu Bolin. Look close!

Meet Liu Bolin, the real-life Invisible Man from China, an artist with the ability to disappear in any surroundings. Liu Bolin, Camouflage, Hidden Art, Man Projects, Invisible Man, Illusion Art, Nice Body, Installation Art, Unique Art

Liu Bolin’s art of being invisible

Liu Bolin, young artist from Shandong, China, paints on himself to merge with whatever is behind him.Hi is doing his job so good that sometimes passers-by don’t even realize he is there until he moves.

Chinese artist Liu Bolin makes a bold statement by blending in. Termed “camouflage art,” Bolin’s most notable work to date, called Invisib Liu Bolin, How To Disappear, Born In China, Hidden Art, Master Of Fine Arts, Invisible Man, Bachelor Of Fine Arts, Contemporary Photography, Art Photography

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Liu Bolin, from Shandong, China, manages to camouflage himself in any surroundings, no matter how difficult they might be. Liu Bolin, Master Of Fine Arts, Bachelor Of Fine Arts, Were All Mad Here, Cool Art, Awesome Art, Artsy Fartsy, Alice In Wonderland, Camouflage

Liu Bolin, from Shandong, China, manages to camouflage himself in any surroundings, no matter how difficult they might be.

Amazing photos: The invisible Liu Bolin Where'd he go? Bolin disappears into a Chinese courtyard (hint: look to the left of the door). Liu Bolin, Chinese Courtyard, Chinese Garden, Mind Blowing Pictures, Top Paintings, Chinese Contemporary Art, Art Chinois, Master Of Fine Arts, Invisible Man

O Homem Invisível - por Liu Bolin

Liu Bolin é um artista nascido na China em 1973. Seu trabalho tem sido exibido em museus ao redor do mundo.Também conhecido como "O Homem ...

View Alber Elbaz For Lanvin by Liu Bolin on artnet. Browse more artworks Liu Bolin from Eli Klein Gallery. Liu Bolin, Jean Paul Gaultier, Lanvin, French Fashion, High Fashion, Women's Fashion, Fashion Images, Camouflage, Harper's Bazaar

Last Night's Party: Artist Liu Bolin Had To Massage Jean Paul Gaultier's Leg While He Stood For His Harper's Bazaar Portrait

Fashion and art collided head-on last night at the Eli Klein Fine Art gallery in Soho during the opening of Chinese artist Liu Bolin’s exhibition, “Lost in Art”, which included a high fashion collaboration (not of the H&M variety). For those of you who don’t subscribe to Harper’s Bazaar (disclosure: I do), the magazine collaborated with the contemporary artist to literally paint larger-than-life fashion designers Alber Elbaz, Angela Missoni, Maria Grazia Chiuri and Pierpaolo Piccioli of…