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The People of Myanmar

A great deal of beauty exists on our planet, often it can be found within communities and within the individuals that they’re made up of. Amongst all the talk surrounding a series of recent tragedies and the media spectacle that ensued, one wonderful quote regularly reappeared, “I am always comforted by realising that there are […]

Liu Bolin – Invisible Art

posted by on 04/05/2012

Chinese performance artist Liu Bolin has been taking his invisible man art concept all over the world; it involves him using nano-bytes that reflect the area around him. Psyche. The Beijing born artist paints his clothes and body until he almost seamlessly blends in with the world around him. Think Harry Potter’s invisibility cloak. He’s been traveling the world taking his art to Paris, France and now New York – the video after the cut shows us the process behind it all. If I’m honest, the artists that PAINT him should be getting more recognition. That’s where the real talent is as he’s just um, standing still?

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What would you do if you had the power to turn invisible? Hollowman comes to mind. I’d create havoc – nabbing the ruby back from Tower of London, drinking champagne with the Queen as I slowly plot my Batman-esque vigilante escapades to save East London from the violent youth of today. Hahaha. Farfetched much?