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Design of the Week | Sweaters of Places



Stone Henge Sweater | Radio Waves

I stumbled upon an imgur gallery of a guy who makes sweaters of places and then takes a picture of himself wearing the sweater in front of said place. I do not have any recollection of where I found this breath-taking gallery, but I'm a better person for having seen it. Give the entire gallery a look and get some inspo for your next sweater, before winter officially ends. The sweaters range from things like Stonehenge (pictured above) to the Golden Gate Bridge. My personal favorite is the picaresque power line landscape.

Power Line Sweater | Radio Waves
Posted by Brett Gregory on 15 March, 2017 Design of the Week, Sweaters of Places | 0 comments
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