‘Invisible Jumpers’ is the result of a four-year project that saw the Brighton-based photographer dressing people, animals, and even fruit in painstakingly detailed knitwear, each reflecting the colors and backgrounds of the places they’re in.
The resulting images are executed with such meticulous precision that should the camera, or jumper for that matter, move by an inch the illusion would unravel.
“I love the challenge of finding graphic locations, picking models who will fit well into them and then working with Nina’s knitting skills to blend them as seamlessly as possible”
You can now enjoy this pleasant set in a new book by Hoxton Mini Press. It contains images featuring 25 knitted items, behind the scenes photos and stories.
Check out the amazing gallery above!