By ASSOCIATED PRESS and DAN BLOOM
Her models meld into the grey Manhattan skyline as if they're made of mirrors and glass.
Now body artist Trina Merry has spoken about her head-turning technique, painstakingly painting women so they blend in with New York's landmarks, after her incredible creations made headlines around the world.
The 33-year-old shuns studios and canvases, instead letting her nude models camouflage seamlessly into the world around them.
They have been photographed in front of the Brooklyn and Manhattan Bridges, Central Park, the Guggenheim Museum and the iconic towers of downtown Manhattan.
It's not an easy process - the models must be painted live on the streets in a process that takes several hours and can attract some unwanted attention.
But the law is firmly on her side, as the city of New York allows people to strip off in public for the purposes of artistic expression - even if that doesn't stop police approaching the artist altogether.
Ms Merry came up with the idea after moving to New York from the San Francisco area earlier this year.
'I wanted to engage the city and understand it and make some observations,' she said.
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