A Guy Makes Sweaters That Look Exactly Like Famous Places and Then Poses in Front of Them

4 years ago

When we visit a new place we’ve never been to before, we usually try to buy some souvenirs to remember them by. But for Sam Barsky, an artistic knitter from Baltimore, Maryland, it wasn’t enough. To make his traveling experience more exciting, he decided to create his own sweaters that he could wear for any occasion. As of now, he has already made over 100 sweaters featuring different nature scenes, landmarks, and popular sights; each of them having a completely unique story.

Bright Side put together 24 photos of Sam’s famous sweaters that look completely like real places.

24. The Shedd Aquarium, Chicago

23. Stonehenge, UK

22. The Alpaca Festival, Maryland

21. Venice Beach, California

20. Howard Street, Baltimore

19. The Gateway Arch, Missouri

18. Ein Gedi, Israel

17. Centennial Lake, Maryland

16. Shenandoah National Park, Virginia

15. Portland Head Lighthouse, Maine

14. Shenandoah Caverns, Virginia

13. The Thomas Viaduct, Maryland

12. Kilgore Falls, Maryland

11. Montgomery College, Germantown Campus, Maryland

10. The U.S. Space & Rocket Center, Alabama

9. The Hollywood Sign, California

8. The Maryland Zoo, Baltimore

7. Tower Bridge, London

6. Lake Michigan, Chicago

5. The Golden Gate Bridge, San Francisco

4. The Hudson River, New York

3. The Western Wall, Jerusalem

2. The Paris Hotel, Las Vegas

1. The Luxor Hotel, Las Vegas

Do you have any unusual hobbies? Feel free to share your pieces of art in the comments!


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most of them done really good, and the pattern is complicated. I love them :D


I didn't like the first ones, but the longer I looked the better they got. I actually even want one :D


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