Disappearing Acts: can you spot the difference?

Part Pepsi, part Coca-Cola, and part cement floor. ...

An artistic idea indeed. With the help of his kind assistants, Chinese artist Liu Bolin paints his entire body to blend in with his surrounding. Apparently he spends hours perfecting his disguise, which pays off in the end because you can hardly spot him in some of the images below. You truly have to look really hard to find him. According to Bolin, “the living sculptors are designed to show how we all can just disappear in todays mass production world.” Well without further delay, check out Liu Bolin’s artwork of ‘disappearing acts’ below:


The Great Wall of China gets a little bit greater ...

This photo, taken in late 2010, shows Bolin at ...

Don't try this at home. In this photo from 2007, ...

No, really, this seat is taken. Bolin looks like ...

Just another day in the woods. This photo from ...

Can you see him? Bolin stands in front of the ...

This 2006 photo shows an invisible Bolin being ...

Where'd he go? Bolin disappears into a Chinese ...

The man and the dragon are one. An elaborate ...

source: Yahoo! News

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