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    Artist turns models into human chameleons

    Body artist Trina Merry captures women blended into city scenes.

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    You might not realize it at first, but every one of these pictures has a person in it… you just have to look very closely. Artist Trina Merry has spent the last 15 years painting models' bodies so that they blend in with landscapes such as deserts and snowy fields -- or in this case, the New York skyline.
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    Central Park -

    Artist Trina Merry spends eight hours hand-painting her models so they blended in seamlessly with their surroundings.
    Trina Merry / MD /Landov
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    Brooklyn Bridge -

    Trina recently moved to New York and she decided to paint models into the city-scape as a way to engage with her new home.
    Trina Merry / MD /Landov
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    On a roof -

    The artist' vision was to use body art models and take photos so you don't know where the backdrop ends and the body begins.
    Trina Merry / MD /Landov
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    Coney Island -

    Coney Island is already a feast for the eyes, here a body art model blends into the amusement park's entrance.
    Trina Merry / MD /Landov
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    Willem de Kooning's house -

    Willem de Kooning was a Dutch American abstract expressionist artist, his home is in eastern Long Island.
    Trina Merry / MD /Landov