Waldo was a chump at hiding compared to Liu Bolin. If you’re not familiar with Liu’s work you may have been living under a rock for the past couple of years. He’s been featured in probably every major publication out there for his inventive use of body paint and photography, essentially camouflaging himself against realistic sceneries. I chose to write about him now because New York Time’s T Magazine recently ran a small article on him with some really large images. These big images give you the ability to see so much more of the photos and really see the insane detailing that goes into his camo makeup. My favorite of these images is the top one, because he’s nearly invisible, and that’s an astonishing feat. Be sure to click the photos above to see larger versions and see the rest of the gallery over on T Magazine.