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By on May 3, 2010, with 42 Comments

Camouflage myself as a brick wall?! Sure, I could done that. No problem!” This is exactly what Liu Bolin thought to himself when this latest idea came to his mind. Check out the outcome of Liu’s newest camouflage set. At least it’s new for us; am not really positive when these photos were actually taken. Anywayz, try and spot Liu in each of the photos presented. Which one is the best, and which one do you think hasn’t turned out so nicely? Majority decides!

  • TheAntiVillain

    hope that guy doesn’t die from lead poisoning

  • Jilly

    these are AWESOME !!!

  • Care Bear

    I’ve heard of wicked painted ladies but this is going a little too far.

  • ali

    I think the two sets of stairs (photos 1 and 3) are the best. The random pile of bricks (final photo) isn’t as good as the others.

  • MasterBT

    Poorly made; sorry, but they used to be a lot better; like the tiger one, that was awesome.

  • Audrius

    Last one, while not the most obfuscating, conceptually is the best camouflage, IMHO!

  • I love these illusions! The talent it takes is just great. My favorate(although they are all good), is the pile of bricks (the last one). The one I find least effective is number five, where he standing against the painted wall. These are true works of illusion art. Thanks again Vurdlak. Yes indeed, Yes indeed.

  • Mookini


    Wow… That’s just… Wow.

  • Elliot

    so cool

  • Tom

    I like the concept of the last one best, even tho the technique isn’t quite as good as some of the others … some of the black line are a little too thick

  • Tommy

    That’s some extremely good work ;)

  • Didn’t he just superimpose himself over the picture? Are you trying to say he painted himself and his clothes to match the surroundings? That’s a good way to fake a Ghost picture..

  • josephine

    Great! I think the last one is the least camoflouged

  • I always enjoy these, though he’s always pretty easy to spot. The pile of bricks is the best one, in my opinion. The second one makes him look like a garden statue, so that’s good too. Great pictures.

  • bre

    i love these sooo much

  • Chris

    i like the last one with the bricks, although he doesn’t blend in that good

  • okay i think the 2nd and last arent very good…

  • If I was a sniper and he was a target, he would be a dead man in each of these scenarios. I think visually they are very cool to look at, but as an effective camouflage, I think not.

  • Jacques

    I think the third one is the best and the las tone is the least camoflouged. But still bloody good!

  • Jess

    these are generally really good!

  • Mary

    I like the 4th one.

  • Prakash

    1 & 3 are absolutely phenomenal

  • Casey

    My favorite Liu Bolin picture is the bulldozer here: http://www.moillusions.com/2010/04/all-i-need-is-a-bucket-full-of-paint.html. That one took me the longest to spot him out of all the ones I’ve seen.

  • Guest

    the first and the third pictures are from Italy

  • Someone

    the camourflage doesn’t really work in all the photos, but i like the second one because of the colour contrast well made, and also the last one because it is art

  • Jessica

    These illusions were cool the first time, but seeing them as often as they’re posted gets really old, really quick

  • martin

    I like the pile of bricks one best.. but the link from Casey to the bulldozer one’s even better!

  • mike

    wtf????? vurdlak no post new illusion today???? what the chizz???? unorganized…..

  • whoami

    Wicked! :-) I like the bricks, although it is not exactly the most camouflaged, it almost looks….drawn; not like a real object anymore. Awesome!

  • psb

    I agree with Freak Smack

  • Bracey

    The last one is class :]

  • Rashley24

    Wow! Amazing! I think Liu Bolin is a great artist!

  • Nice! (If only he could achieve the same effect while moving. He’d be a billionaire! :-)

  • April

    ahaha he looks like a ghost :D that’s so cool…

  • Bad Breath Guy

    Very impressive. Wonder how much time goes into preparing for one of those shots.

  • Shaun

    I thought it was pretty cool that they started using this for the drinking and driving commercials

  • verry advantage

  • Blablablubb

    Ninjas, Ninjas everywhere.

  • Lola

    Tractor one was the best, Should of added it! aha

  • Carroll

    I must say – they’re all good. But if there is a favorite I would have to choose the first one (standing on the stairs). I also like the 5th one – despite the fact that many seem to find it the least attractive (can’t legislate taste, that is for sure!).

    Least favorites? Well, the coliseum (or ampitheater) just seems a bit banal to me, though the translucence effect is just as ethereal as the best. I also find the last one less satisfactory because (and here I agree with the other critics!) because of the thickness of the black lines.

  • Laynie

    I don’t understand the third one, haha.

  • please