Liu Bolin the invisible artist/photographer (quite literally) from China produces quite amazing photographs. Now you see him, now you don’t, Bolin spends about 10 hours shooting each photograph where he paints himself with the aid of assistants to blend into his landscape environment. Here’s a few videos of Bolin and his self-portrait work.
Bolin describes his work as cultural, representing the diminishing humanity in today’s society.
Bolin considers his photographs as a retrospective on culture, environment and economic development.