Guy Knits Sweaters Of Places, Then Pictures Himself Wearing The Sweaters At Those Places.

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What better way visiting the San Francisco Golden Gate Bridge than with a sweater of the bridge!

Usually when most people travel or go on vacation, they purchase a souvenir from the place they traveled to. Often times this is some type of apparel stating the location they visited. Sam Barsky isn't like most people.

Instead of buying a souvenir t-shirt, he knits a sweater or the location prior to visiting. Then once he's at the location, he takes a photo of himself wearing the sweater there. Talk about inception! From the San Francisco Golden Gate Bridge to the Stonehenge, Barsky has been all over with his special sweaters! Check out some of his photos below. We must admit, this man's knitting skills are pretty impressive.


Your visit is incomplete without it.

Sam Barsky

This guy's sweater making skills are off the hook.

Just look at the detail in that tower on his sweater.

Sam Barsky

The waterfall on his sweater looks much more lively than the real thing.

Too bad the real fountain isn't as green.

Sam Barsky

Don't underestimate this guy's skills, he can incorporate as many colors as he wants.

And make it look like it came straight off the rack!

Sam Barsky

Landmarks aren't the only things his sweaters feature.

They feature animals as well, such as llamas.

Sam Barsky

His sweaters also feature fiction landmarks like this one.

And when he gets the right opportunity to wear them, he does.

Sam Barsky

The cherry blossoms on his sweater almost look as beautiful as the real life ones!

It's as if an actual photo of the scenery was printed onto his sweater.

Sam Barsky

He has fun experimenting with the threads making cool patterns like the sky on this one.

That's not something just anyone can whip up!

Sam Barsky

Here, he's just one of the boys.

Not at the location of his sweater, but instead hanging out with the actual people on his sweater.

Sam Barsky

And of course with a project like this, he has to visit one of the world's greatest treasures.

If only the creator of the stone hedges could see this man's sweater now.

Sam Barsky

And if he plans on spending the day at the aquarium, best believe he's going to dedicate a sweater to fish.

As you can see, he decided on the most vicious fish of them all.

Sam Barsky

Even phone towers get some love!

He doesn't discriminate with what he features on his sweaters.

Sam Barsky

Even though the buildings on this sweater don't have any windows, you can already tell what they are.

His designing is just that good.

Sam Barsky

I'm sure George Lucas would appreciate this sweater.

It's taking fan art to another level!

Sam Barsky

This one's more on the simple side.

The sweater would look like an ordinary one if it weren't for that little palm tree.

Sam Barsky

This palm tree sweater's got way more going on.

But it's definitely fitting to his background. I'm guessing Palm Springs?

Sam Barsky

He's even got one specially made for baseball games!

His baseball stadium couldn't be anymore on point.

Sam Barsky

He went with neutral colors for this army tank one.

The colors actually match his background perfectly!

Sam Barsky

An autumn sweater for pumpkin season!

Sadly there's more pumpkins on his sweater than in the actual photo.

Sam Barsky

When you have a sweater like this, it doesn't matter what you pair it with.

Wear sweats on the bottom and you'll still look stylin.

Sam Barsky