Tuesday, April 5, 2011


Insects and nature are often one whole, almost indistinguishable from each other. Others are just cool.

"Attack, dudes."
As for humans being invisible, it is apparently possible if 1) you are an artist, or 2) if you are a scientist.
Least exciting goes first: a so-called thermo optical camera used by researchers at Tokyo University. It is highly dependent on the viewer's position, as the jacket simply films what happens at the back of the person
and displays it on his/hers front.

Yeah, yeah, we know, it's an old experiment...

Meet Liu Boli instead, an artist from China.
Somewhat harder to find.
Artist Desiree Palmen also puts down almost a day's work on each camouflage photo.

Either the top part is a really well made painted cloth, or a really well made part of the photo,
or it's simply me, or... a zest of Photoshop perhaps?