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Liu Bolin x Kenny Scharf Create NYC Street Art that Confuses Viewers

By: Cari Lee - Published: • References: woostercollective & psfk
As many hopefuls venture to New York City to become apart of the "city scene", Liu Bolin has taken this mentality to the next level.

In continuing his ongoing series of "invisible" artwork, Bolin camouflages himself with the whimsical masterpiece of Kevin Scharf on Bowery and Houston. Collaborating with Tony Goldman and the team at Eli Klein Gallery, Bolin successfully becomes part of Scharf's vibrant mural. With the assistance of his group of painters and Kevin Scharf himself, the finished product was amazing!

Further enforcing the fact that an artist and their art are one, the Chinese contemporary artist has truly established a distinct style to his work. This new idea of art truly inspires as the brilliance is beyond what one can actually see. Stats for Fade-In Human Art (UPDATE) Trending: Older & Mild
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