Take a look around you because Liu Bolin could be standing next to you and you would have no idea. In fact, the next time that the Chinese artist goes to the doctor for a checkup, he should double check to make sure he's human because judging from his art, I'm pretty sure he's a chameleon. 

Liu Bolin is so good at disappearing that he has earned the nickname "The Invisible Man." The Beijing-based artist's most recent exhibit is called "A Colorful World?" and features various scenes of society and popular culture as Liu Bolin blends right into them. Through his camouflaging, the avant-garde artist tries to illustrate society's reliance on consumerism.

The exhibit is currently running at the Klein Sun Gallery until November 1, and it features sculptures as well as framed images of his work. 

Watch an adorable guardian angel who suddenly becomes human survive the perils of high school and first love in High School-Love On