And many artists have already proven that you can make use of your surroundings in ways you have never imagined.
Chinese artist Liu Bolin also known as, The Invisible Man has taken camouflaging up a notch as he literally incorporates himself in his artwork. Bolin paints his whole body to match the environment he will be standing in front of and it is quite amazing how every last detail of the background is etched on his body.
German graphic designers, Daniel Siering and Mario Schuster created an illusion of a ‘see through tree’ in Postdam, Germany. The artists took a plain old tree and painted it in a way that made the middle part of the trunk invisible, as if the top part of the whole tree is levitating.
Another German artist, Bartholomäus Traubeck, has created a mind-blowing record player that reads the rings of a tree trunk which then translates into piano music. The music produced by the tree is so haunting and so breath-taking that you will be shocked that an actual tree did this. He calls it The Voice of the Trees and it really is phenomenal.
Hopefully this has opened your eyes to a new world of creativity and so if you want to see more art like these, you can search for installation art, contemporary art, and even performance art.