Like a magician or competitive eater, photographer Trina Merry specializes in making things disappear. Her trick of choice? Body paint. Merry recently coated her models in urban camouflage, yielding (not unlike meticulous body painters before her) beautiful portraits of structures that make the connection between city architecture, like the Guggenheim Museum or Brooklyn Bridge, and the humans that thrive in and around it as overt as possible.
· Incredible Photos of Body-Painted People Disappearing Into New York Landmarks [Flavorwire]
· Adventures in Body Paint Yields Stunning Human Wallpaper [Curbed National]
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