Meet The Artist Famous For ‘Invisible Act’: How He Made 22 People Seemingly Disappear

Category: Media & Culture / Sep 13, 2013 3:11PM EDT

Using paint as camouflage Liu Bolin has become a famous man in China known as the ‘Invisible Man’: With the paint he has been able to blend into various backdrops of his photographs, and now he has made himself and 22 others seemingly disappear into the red seats of a Beijing theatre on Thursday.

It took hours for all those involved to paint on the armor of camouflage with painstaking detail. This is the third time he has enacted a group act in China. But China isn’t the only place his act has caught on.

Liu used his artistic technique to disguise the Bon Jovi band on the cover of their latest album “What About Now”.

Video Courtesy Of Reuters