Big Brother is watching you. No really, he is. From closed-circuit cameras on the street to satellites and drones in the sky, surveillance is now an intrinsic part of our daily lives. Not everyone is a fan of the new normal, however. New York-based artist Adam Harvey has taken it upon himself to create a line of speciality garments for foiling government snoopers. To thwart infrared scanners widely used by unmanned aerial vehicles, Harvey created a hoodie, a scarf, and a tent-like coverup using "highly metallized" fibers that reflect heat and mask the wearer's body signature. He also developed a pouch that shields cellphone signals (both incoming and outgoing) from tracking devices, as well as a T-shirt designed to protect the wearer from X-ray radiation.