Using living, breathing human beings as her canvas, body-paint artist Trina Merry recently created a remarkable series of images that seamlessly camouflage her models into the details of the Empire State Building, the Manhattan Bridge, Central Park and other famous NYC landmarks. Merry says she came up with the idea for the series after moving to New York from the San Francisco area this year. She told the SFGate, "I wanted to engage the city and understand it and make some observations," Merry said. "So instead of a person right in front of the Empire State building or the Statue of Liberty, they're softly in the background, and you've got more of a reflective view of the person within the landscape."
Find out more about Trina Merry's work here.
via [Visual News] via [SFGate]