This Guy Knits Jumpers With Places On Them And Then Goes There
Knitting might be the big trend of 2017 - for men. Don't believe me? Then you need to check out these photos of a man who had a dream, followed it through and documented it.
I'm just going to give you a stream of images here to enjoy.
By a tank - He's got the colour scheme bang on here.
Aquarium - Swimming with the fishes.
Stonehenge - With a glorious jumper depicting a fuchsia sky and khaki shorts. It's best to let the knitted jumper stand out as the main part of the outfit.
Skeletons - Hanging out with some skeletons, trying to fit in with his jumper depicting his insides.
R2D2 - Who doesn't love Star Wars? You probably don't love it as much as him, who knitted his own jumper with R2D2 on Tattooine. Can't wait to see the Jabba the Hutt jumper - that's going to be truly epic.
Times Square - A knitting masterpiece - drawing inspiration from the 80s and geometric art, this jumper is truly the winner. I'm pretty sure that he was offered his own fashion line when he was in New York but turned it down to concentrate on his art.
Random road - Here he is - standing by a road, wearing a jumper with a road on it, accessorising with the largest bumbag anyone has ever seen. Work it!
His dream is an unconventional one: to knit a jumper with a picture of a destination and go there wearing said item of clothing. Don't tell me you don't think he looks cool, with his amazing technicolour jumpers, giant fanny (he he) pack and knobbly knees.
Knitting is taking this man places.
No word on why this man is doing this, or for how long. But we salute you, sir.
Words Laura Hamilton