Liu Bolin the Invisible Man Visual Art Pieces!

As you have seen from past blogs I like to include a little food for thought with a blog about art or as I like to put it beauty for the soul!

Here is a video on a great artist from China! I saw this earlier this week: Artist Liu Bolin spends hours painstakingly painting himself into the background for his work. art works in which he blends remarkably into the background – of cinema stalls, magazine racks, coal heaps and more – as a statement about the role of the individual in China. He talks about hiding in plain sight, and why he sees it as a political act


Look closer, there really is an invisible man in this Chinese supermarket.
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