Watch How This Chinese Artist Camouflages Himself in Extreme Locations for Moncler


Call him a master of the invisible, but Liu Bolin is no mystery beyond the world of art. You might recognize the performance artist and photographer, who shot to fame for his fascinating series of ‘disappearing acts’, adapting to his background as if he were a chameleon. Despite his famous moniker “The Invisible Man”, the Chinese artist does not consider disappearing as the main point of his work, but rather as a method to convey the nervousness he feels for humanity.

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Behind the scenes of Moncler's latest campaign

Indeed, Moncler’s Fall Winter 2017 campaign is not without the poetry of two contemporary talents in a historic first for the brand. American photographer Annie Leibovitz joins the prolific Chinese artist in a stunning revelation of fantasy and adventure, against the gorgeousness of nature. Find the master of disguise in his latest extraordinary performance, as Liu engages in surrealism and fantasy, travelling to extreme locations and submersing within punishing surrounds.

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From the glacial grandiosity that is the Nordic landscape, Liu merges with the icy winter that would be synonymous with Moncler’s DNA. Metallic waters glisten in the blistering cold, as wintery shades of grey, lead and anthracite creep against a fleeting blue sky. Impressive icebergs are abound in a dangerous landscape while freezing waters crash on the rocks amid jagged fragments of crystallised snow. The artist himself emerges, and he looks almost transparent.

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