Peruvian artist Cecilia Paredes uses her own body as a medium, by “wrapping herself in cloths or painting her skin, [she] places her body at the disposal of an environment that absorbs her in.”  Her work reminds me of Liu Bolin‘s camouflage art.
Notes about the artist: 
Cecilia Paredes was born in Lima, Peru, and lives and works in San Jose and Philadelphia, United States. Her recent photographic work is a conspicuous exploration of sensual surfaces in which the body is deliberately confused with nature and nature with the body. Paredes’ photography demonstrates that the body of the woman – her own body – is a sacred zone, not profane, to restore its perception as something miraculous amidst the technological chaos that currently surrounds us. The body is revealed as a tool, a space for signs, and a creation that is intimately connected to our surrounding natural environments.
1. "Artist's Biography." LatinAmericaArt.com. Retrieved on January 7th, 2012. 2. "Cecilia Paredes. Biography." UN Education Outreach. Retrieved on January 7th, 2012. Photos © Cecilia Paredes Link via Mary Potter and MailOnline