Chinese artist Liu Bolin is also known as The Vanishing Artist and by checking out his work you can easily see (or not see) why.

Liu Bolin: The Vanishing Artist

Artist Liu Bolin smiles as he prepares to demonstrate an art installation by blending in with vegetables displayed on the shelves at a supermarket in Beijing November 10, 2011. Liu, also known as the Vanishing Artist, started practising being invisible by means of optical illusions more than six years ago. Picture taken November 10, 2011. REUTERS/China Daily

Liu Bolin: The Vanishing Artist

Artist Liu Bolin folds his trousers as he prepares to demonstrate an art piece by blending in with the vegetables displayed on the shelves at a supermarket in Beijing, November 10, 2011. Liu, also known as the Vanishing Artist, started his optical illusion artworks of becoming 'invisible' more than six years ago. Picture taken November 10, 2011. REUTERS/China Daily

Liu Bolin: The Vanishing Artist

An assistant shows a photo on a mobile phone to artist Liu Bolin as Liu demonstrates an art installation by blending in with vegetables displayed on the shelves at a supermarket in Beijing November 10, 2011. Liu, also known as the Vanishing Artist, started practising being invisible by means of optical illusions more than six years ago. Picture taken November 10, 2011. REUTERS/China Daily

Liu Bolin: The Vanishing Artist

Assistants of artist Liu Bolin assist with his demonstration of blending in with the vegetables displayed on the shelves at a supermarket in Beijing, November 10, 2011. Liu, also known as the Vanishing Artist, started his optical illusion artworks of becoming 'invisible' more than six years ago. Picture taken November 10, 2011. REUTERS/China Daily

Liu Bolin: The Vanishing Artist

Artist Liu Bolin demonstrates an art installation by blending in with vegetables displayed on the shelves at a supermarket in Beijing November 10, 2011. Liu, also known as the Vanishing Artist, started practising being invisible by means of optical illusions more than six years ago. Picture taken November 10, 2011. REUTERS/China Daily

Liu Bolin: The Vanishing Artist

A woman laughs as she pushes a trolley past artist Liu Bolin during his demonstration to blend in with the vegetables on the shelves at a supermarket in Beijing, November 10, 2011. Liu, also known as the Vanishing Artist, started his optical illusion artworks of becoming 'invisible' more than six years ago. Picture taken November 10, 2011. REUTERS/China Daily

Liu Bolin: The Vanishing Artist

Artist Liu Bolin, also known as the Vanishing Artist, is painted by an assistant as he makes himself look exactly the same as the wall of an old temple in a Hutong in central Beijing August 26, 2009. Liu started his optical illusion artworks of becoming 'invisible' more than four years ago, describing them as a form of political protest and his way of 'hiding from the authorities'. REUTERS/David Gray

Liu Bolin: The Vanishing Artist

Artist Liu Bolin, also known as the Vanishing Artist, is painted by an assistant as he makes himself look exactly the same as the wall of an old temple in a Hutong in central Beijing August 26, 2009. Liu started his optical illusion artworks of becoming 'invisible' more than four years ago, describing them as a form of political protest and his way of 'hiding from the authorities'. REUTERS/David Gray

Liu Bolin: The Vanishing Artist

Artist Liu Bolin, also known as the Vanishing Artist, is painted by an assistant as he makes himself look exactly the same as the wall of an old temple in a Hutong in central Beijing August 26, 2009. Liu started his optical illusion artworks of becoming 'invisible' more than four years ago, describing them as a form of political protest and his way of 'hiding from the authorities'. REUTERS/David Gray

Liu Bolin: The Vanishing Artist

Artist Liu Bolin (L), also known as the Vanishing Artist, is painted by an assistant as he makes himself look exactly the same as the wall of an old temple in a Hutong in central Beijing August 26, 2009. Liu started his optical illusion artworks of becoming 'invisible' more than four years ago, describing them as a form of political protest and his way of 'hiding from the authorities'. REUTERS/David Gray

Liu Bolin: The Vanishing Artist

Artist Liu Bolin (C), also known as the Vanishing Artist, is painted by assistants as he makes himself look exactly the same as the wall of an old temple in a Hutong in central Beijing August 26, 2009. Liu started his optical illusion artworks of becoming 'invisible' more than four years ago, describing them as a form of political protest and his way of 'hiding from the authorities'. REUTERS/David Gray

Nov 14, 2011