You might have heard people are getting into crocheting in a big way, creating little creatures and 3D emojis. But one guy has taken things even further, knitting jumpers of places then having his photo taken in those places.
The best part is that most of them aren’t even big touristy hot spots – like he’s not making jumpers with the Statue of Liberty (although obviously he has been to Stonehenge). He’s just as likely to have knitted a rib cage onto his torso then pose in front of a skeleton.
Anyway, we’re keeping an eye out for him to open an Etsy shop, so we can finally get that Hyde Park bin chicken jumper we’ve always wanted…
(Once you’ve marvelled at the samples below, check out more of this modern-day hero’s fine work here.)
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