October 4, 2012
Liu Bolin is the invisible man of art and his camouflage photos trick the eye. Painting his subjects so that they completely blend into their surroundings is Bolin's silent protest at Chinese government policy and his way of "creat[ing] a tension that challenges the viewer to question what is on and beneath the surface. (Time Lightbox). His work is fascinating and definitely worth a second look.
Images via Eli Klein Fine Art