4 Body Painters Who Blend Humans Into Surroundings

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Liu Bolin
Known as The Invisible Man, Liu Bolin blends with the background to make a powerful statement about his place in society. He sees himself as living metaphor of an outsider whose art is not valued, especially in his native country of China. The artist’s inspiration behind his project was a feeling of not fitting into the modern society. It is also a silent protest against the persecution of fellow Chinese artists.
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