Chinese artist Liu Bolin aka “The Invisible Man” continues to impress with his ability to blend in in any sort of background  be it a famous Hollywood land mark or a battle ship. His latest works are on display at New York’s Eli Klein Fine Art gallery until July 21st and shouldn’t be missed.

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    I’ve always thought the credit should be given to the assistant that actually paints him though
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