Your New Travel Hero Is A Guy Who Knits Jumpers Of Famous Landmarks

You've gotta see him rock a Stonehenge jumper at Stonehenge.

Sometimes taking a photo isn’t enough. To truly immortalise a destination, you have to get a little creative. Enter Sam Barsky, your new (knitting) hero.

Sam is an artist from Baltimore with a particular affinity for knitting. But instead of knitting plain ol’ scarves and beanies, he’s got a knack for jumpers. Incredibly detailed jumpers of famous world landmarks, to be exact.

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Sam at Times Square (l) and Niagara Falls (r).

He also likes to stand in front of said landmark, proudly presenting his art to the world.

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What a bloody champion.

Sam told MailOnline he’s knitted 103 jumpers to date. They’re no easy feat either – Sam claims one jumper can often take a month to complete.

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And no, sadly, they’re not for sale.

He knits waterfalls, city blocks, electricity towers, animals and bridges – his art knows no bounds.

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LOOK AT THE DETAIL! This man is a hero.

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See more from Sam Barsky on his Facebook page.

(All images: Artistic Knitting of Sam Barsky/Facebook)