Chinese artist Liu Bolin (previously featured here), master of creative camouflage and real-life invisible man, has returned with a new series of photos entitled Hiding in the City, currently on exhibition at the Galerie Paris-Beijing in Paris through March 10, 2013.

If you aren’t already familiar with Liu Bolin's awesome artwork, you should know that there are no post-production tricks used to create these images. The artist is able to hide himself within these urban scenes thanks to a talented team of assistants who reference photos of the areas behind him when painting him from head-to-toe so that he seems to disappear completely into the background, no matter what that background might be. 

“My intention was not to disappear in the environment but instead to let the environment take possession of me”, he says. Bolin’s intent is not to simply hide himself as an individual but suggests the works are statement regarding damage caused by economic and urban development. 

[via My Modern Metropolis and Colossal]