Liu Bolin, a Chinese artist born in 1973, who is known for his ability of camouflaging himself against virtually any surroundings.
With the help from assistant, the artist paints his body as canvas to merge as seamlessly as possible in any background, each camouflage photo needs more than 10 hours to prepare.
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