Have you ever had one of those moments where you wish you could just disappear and the let the world pass by? Like Harry Potter’s cloak of invisibility, Chinese artist Liu Bolin has perfected the art of being unseen. Liu uses his chameleon-like skills (and a great deal of paint) to make himself barely noticeable even in some of the world’s busiest cities. Get ready to test your eyesight and take a look at 38 pictures of Liu hiding in plain sight!
Japanese netizens enjoyed hunting for the hidden artist among so many different cityscapes. They were really impressed with how well Liu could hide himself using just paint. Some netizens wondered if Liu was getting help from famous fictional camouflage masters and whether the Chinese army might be interested in this skill.
Did he borrow a suit from Solid Snake ?
This is like when Arnold Schwarzenegger was fighting the alien in Predator.
Will the People’s Liberation Army be asking him for help?
But before you try to spot the invisible man, we want to help you out in seeing past Liu’s camouflage art. Here is a picture of the artist when he is more visible:
So are you ready to play 38 rounds of “spot the artist”? Look at the following pictures and let us know if you found any particularly difficult!
Source/Images: Alfafa Mosaic