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Amazing Camouflage Art by Desiree Palmen

June 26th, 2012 by Lina | No Comments | Filed in Design

We have already shown you some amazing Camouflage Art by Liu Bolin, and now we want to introduce you to another real-life Invisible Man – the Dutch artist Desiree Palmen.

The difference between the two camouflage masters is that Bolin uses his own body as a canvas, whereas Palmen makes other people dissolve or disappear into their surroundings.

“The artist herself produces the camouflage suit. For each photo, for each environment of her choice, she designs a new suit, which again and again has to be made with the greatest precision, or the illusive effect will not work. By uniting the figure with the background, Desiree Palmen reaches a surprising visual effect that requests a special effort for the observing eye: it must disentangle what is flat and what is spatial.”

Website: desireepalmen.nl

Rotterdam 2002

Rotterdam 2004

Jerusalem 2006 / 2007

Berlin 2011 / 2012 & Rotterdam 2000 / 2001

Rotterdam 2000 / 2001

Leiden 2009

Leiden 2009

Rotterdam 2002

Maastricht 1999

Rotterdam 2002

Vienna 2008

Rotterdam 2000 / 2001

Istanbul 2011

Amazing Camouflage Art by Desiree Palmen originally appeared on Bored Panda on June 26, 2012.


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The Invisible Man Liu Bolin Strikes Again

April 3rd, 2012 by Tomas | No Comments | Filed in Design

You probably have already seen some pictures of Liu Bolin before (or didn’t even realize he was there) and now he’s back with some more cool camouflage art! For those who missed our earlier posts, see here and here.

Born in 1973 in Shandong and a graduate of Shandong Art College and Beijing’s Central Academy of Fine Arts, Liu Bolin became popular for his mastery at the art of camouflaging himself against virtually any background.

One single photo takes up to 10 hours to prepare – Liu uses himself as a blank canvas, and with a little help from an assistant, he paints his body to merge as seamlessly as possible with what is behind him. The results are incredible – sometimes passers-by don’t even realize he is around until he moves.

Camouflage Art by Liu Bolin (Part I)

Camouflage Art by Liu Bolin (Part II)

The Invisible Man Liu Bolin Strikes Again originally appeared on Bored Panda on April 3, 2012.


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More Incredible Camouflage Art by Liu Bolin

February 23rd, 2011 by Bored Panda | No Comments | Filed in Design

Before viewing this article, make sure you’ve seen part I, featuring 20 of Liu Bolin’s earlier camouflage pictures.

Born in 1973 in Shandong and a graduate of Shandong Art College and Beijing’s Central Academy of Fine Arts, Liu Bolin became popular for his mastery at the art of camouflaging himself against virtually any background.

One single photo takes up to 10 hours to prepare – Liu uses himself as a blank canvas, and with a little help from an assistant, he paints his body to merge as seamlessly as possible with what is behind him. The results are incredible – sometimes passers-by don’t even realize he is around until he moves.

While his camouflage artworks are really mind blowing, he’s here with a message: “The situation for artists in China is very difficult and the forced removal of the artist’s studio is in fact my direct inspiration of this series of photographs, Hiding In The City…I am standing, but there is a silent protest, the protest against the environment for the survival, the protest against the state.” (Sources: 1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | 6)

Supermarket

Pile of Coal

Dragon

Temple of Heaven

In the Woods

Ancient Arena

Venice

National Day

Sawmill

Camouflage Art by Liu Bolin (Part I)

More Incredible Camouflage Art by Liu Bolin originally appeared on Bored Panda on February 23, 2011.

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Liu Bolin: The Real Life Invisible Man

October 12th, 2010 by Bored Panda | No Comments | Filed in Design

Meet Liu Bolin, the real-life Invisible Man from China, an artist with the ability to disappear in any surroundings.

Born in 1973 in Shandong and a graduate of Shandong Art College and Beijing’s Central Academy of Fine Arts, Liu Bolin became popular for his mastery at the art of camouflaging himself against virtually any background.

One single photo takes up to 10 hours to prepare - Liu uses himself as a blank canvas, and with a little help from an assistant, he paints his body to merge as seamlessly as possible with what is behind him. The results are incredible – sometimes passers-by don’t even realize he is around until he moves.

While his camouflage artworks are really mind blowing, he’s here with a message: “The situation for artists in China is very difficult and the forced removal of the artist’s studio is in fact my direct inspiration of this series of photographs, Hiding In The City…I am standing, but there is a silent protest, the protest against the environment for the survival, the protest against the state.”

So, let’s take a look at 20 amazing Liu Bolin’s camouflage photos, and if you’d like to have a printable version of his artworks you can find them here. (Sources: 1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | 6)

1. Teatro Alla Scala

2. Suo Jia Village – Modern China

3. Graffiti

4. Bird’s Nest

5. Arles

6. Hiding In The City – Telephone

7. City Hiding

8. Forklifts

9. Shooting

10. Hiding In The City No. 34

11. City Hiding 53

12. Hiding In The City No. 2

13. Hiding In The City No. 62

14. Hiding In The City

15. City Hiding 27

16. Hiding In The City No. 31

17. Provisional Wall

18. Car

19. People’s Police

20. Government Finance Information Board

Liu Bolin: The Real Life Invisible Man originally appeared on Bored Panda on October 12, 2010.

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