The best way to be anonymous is to be anyone or rather… be Leo Selvaggio. The American artist is combating the video surveillance system in Chicago: 25,000 cameras with facial recognition algorithms. It is still possible to wear a balaclava, a scarf or an anonymous mask, but these eccentricities will rapidly be noticed. With his URME project (pronounce “you are me”), which has already exceeded its expectations on Indiegogo, Leo Selvaggio makes his face available in the form of a mask printed in 3D. The system will detect Leo Salvaggios galore. A more affordable but less discreet paper version is also available.