This Guy Knits Sweaters With The Scenes Of Places He Visits (30 Pics)

When traveling, most of us usually just pack some clean underwear and an extra t-shirt or two but artist Samuel Barsky has decided to take it a step – or should we say a mile – further. The man hand knits intricate sweaters depicting the scenes of the places he visits and has been doing so for the past 20 years!

#1 Groundhog Day

Image source: Sam Barsky

#2 Portland Head Lighthouse

Image source: Sam Barsky

“Knitting (like I do) and travel go together very well. Since many of the sweaters I have knitted are of landmarks around the world, traveling gives me the opportunity to experience the very places I have depicted on my sweaters,” says the artist. “I also get a chance to teach my knitting skills to others, give speeches about it, and meet fans wherever I go. In addition, traveling enables me to see sites that give me inspiration for more sweater ideas.”

#3 Hollywood Sign

Image source: Sam Barsky

#4 Ice Skating

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Sam says that the most challenging types of scenes to knit are urban scenes and bridges. “Some of the challenging ones I have done are Times Square, Las Vegas, and the Mackinac Bridge, which was my most recent,” said the man.

#5 Sedona

Image source: Sam Barsky

#6 Owls

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“At first, I didn’t think anything of the idea of posing in front of the landmarks or objects they represent. But it seemed like the natural choice to wear them there,” said Sam. “Before long, I had 10-15 such pictures. I realized this was a form of art of its own and I started making a conscious effort to create more pictures like these.”

People love Sam’s colorful sweaters with over 50k people having liked his Facebook page and another 41k following his Instagram account. See his colorful sweaters in the gallery below and don’t forget to check out our previous post here!

#7 M&t Bank Stadium – Current Temporary Picture Is At High School Football Field

Image source: Sam Barsky

#8 Leaning Tower Of Pisa

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#9 Hanukkah III

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#10 The Gateway Arch

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#11 Carnegie Hall

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#12 Cape May Lighthouse

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#13 Las Vegas Strip

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#14 Colonial Williamsburg

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#15 Mt. Washington

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#16 Birthday Cake

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#17 Passover III

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#18 Sherwood Gardens

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#19 Red Rock Canyon

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#20 Grand Canyon

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#21 Chautauqua Park, Boulder

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#22 Cape May

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#23 London Bridge Arizona

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#24 Rocky Mountain National Park

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#25 Hoover Dam

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#26 Natural Bridge

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#27 Reptiles

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#28 Boulder Creek

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#29 Boulder Central Library

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#30 Pittsburgh

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Aušrys Uptas

One day this guy just kind of figured “I spend most of my time on the internet anyway, why not turn it into a profession?” – and he did! Now he not only gets to browse the latest cat videos and fresh memes every day but also shares them with people all over the world, making sure they stay up to date with everything that’s trending around the web. Something that always peeks his interests is old technology, literature and all sorts of odd vintage goodness so if you find something that’s too bizarre not to share, make sure to hit him up!

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