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Creative Hand-Knitted Sweaters Camouflage Humans Into Their Surroundings

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Creative Hand-Knitted Sweaters Camouflage Humans Into Their Surroundings

UK-based photographer Joseph Ford and knitting artist Nina Dodd have created a fun photo project called ‘Knitted Camouflage’, where people seamlessly blend into their surroundings.

Dodd worked hard to hand-knit every piece of clothing featured in the photographs. To ensure that the details of each garment are accurate, Dodd spent up to 40 hours on each hand-crafted piece.

Capturing the photos was also a time-consuming process. Ford found himself spending half a day on shoots, all in a bid to ensure that each garment and its wearer fused seamlessly with their respective backgrounds.

One photo shows a heavily-bearded man perfectly captured against red, patterned bus seats. Another photo shows a dog dressed in a textured green knit, camouflaged against a leafy shrub.

Ford and Dodd also managed to collaborate with French street artist Monsieur Chat, who poses inside the project with his trademark yellow cat.

To see more of Ford’s projects, check out his website or follow him on FacebookInstagram and Twitter.

 

 

Monsieur Chat timelapse from Joseph Ford on Vimeo.

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Image by Joseph Ford and featured with permission

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Image by Joseph Ford and featured with permission

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Image by Joseph Ford and featured with permission

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Image by Joseph Ford and featured with permission

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Image by Joseph Ford and featured with permission

[via Lost At E Minor, images by Joseph Ford and featured with permission]

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