Meet "sweater dude," the internet's newest sweater-wearing hero. His mission is simple: he knits sweaters that look like places all over the world. Then he visits the place, and photographs himself wearing the sweater that matches his surroundings.
The result? Becoming a viral sensation, of course.
Not all of his sweaters are based on historic landmarks. Like this one, which features the tail-end of a bear:
And this one featuring some power lines:
This one is probably not drug-induced. Or maybe it is. No judgment either way:
Barsky has knit 103 different sweaters in total, since he started this project in March 1999. He told Mashable that he's photographed himself wearing 91 of them.
"To this day, I have pictures while wearing 91 of the 103 sweaters around the exact landmark or style of scenery or something quite similar, and I have a goal of doing this for all of them, though most of the remaining ones will require travel to other continents," he said.
Barsky seems to have more of a way with yarn than words. But that's because his sweaters do the talking for him:
A sweater speaks a thousand words.