“Knitted Camouflage” Art Project Perfectly Hides People In The Surrounding Environment

For his amazing series “Knitted Camouflage”, British photographer Joseph Ford enlisted the yarn skills of Nina Dodd to create custom sweaters that exactly match the surrounding environment. These photos became so popular that they spawned a book “Invisible Jumpers” which is available on Amazon. Scroll down to see some of the best examples!

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  1. Nonny mouse April 4, 2021

    None more hipster

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  2. Pickles April 5, 2021

    These hipsters go to eleven.

  3. MLE April 5, 2021

    Speaking as a knitter, this is an INSANE amount of trouble to take!

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  4. Anonymous April 6, 2021

    Why?

  5. Mja April 8, 2021

    MLE
    My thoughts exactly. They are very cool and if you are a machine knitter probably not a problem to do but as a hand knitter I’ve got better projects.

  6. Ben Dover April 18, 2021

    @MLE
    Exactly — I can’t believe in all the effort for one single picture. Those must be photoshopped.

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