How to Disappear Completely - In the Middle of a City

Kelly Chan shares some delightful photos of Chinese artist Liu Bolin's efforts to make himself completely invisible in different urban settings.

The artist, whose work is currently being exhibited at the Eli Klein Gallery in New York, achieves the disappearing effect by painting himself from head-to-toe to blend in with a specific backdrop. According to Chan, "One of his latest works took him to Ground Zero, where he camouflaged himself in front of the rising Freedom Tower as a tribute to the victims of 9/11."

Full Story: Invisible City Dwellers

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