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Hand-Knit Sweaters Designed with Specific Patterns for Urban Camouflage

Camouflage Knitwear Photos by Joseph Ford

Brighton-based photographer Joseph Ford collaborated with knitwear designer Nina Dodd (aka The Duke of Woollington) to create a photo series of camouflage clothing that captures the wearers seamlessly merging with their surrounding urban environments. Describing his work as “storytelling with a side order of off-beat creativity,” Ford’s clever, trick-of-the-eye photo collection titled Knitted Camouflage shows models wearing Dodd’s colorful, patterned sweaters against matching backgrounds, creating the illusion of disappearing torsos.

In one image, a bearded man is perfectly captured against a row of red, patterned bus seats. In another, a dog in a textured green knit becomes lost next to a leafy shrub. Ford and Dodd also collaborated with French street artist Monsieur Chat, who posed with one of his trademark yellow cats. When stood next to it on top of a ladder, the design of his yellow and black sweater lines up perfectly with the mural.

To see more of Ford’s photographic projects, follow him on Facebook and Instagram, and check out The Duke of Woollington website for more of Dodd’s innovative knitwear.

Photographer Joseph Ford collaborated with designer Nina Dodd to create a photo series of camouflage knitwear.

Camouflage Knitwear Photos by Joseph FordCamouflage Knitwear Photos by Joseph FordCamouflage Knitwear Photos by Joseph FordCamouflage Knitwear Photos by Joseph FordCamouflage Knitwear Photos by Joseph Ford

They also collaborated with French street artist Monsieur Chat, who posed with one of his trademark yellow cats.

Camouflage Knitwear Photos by Joseph FordJoseph Ford: Website | Facebook | Instagram | Twitter | Vimeo
Nina Dodd: Website | Instagram

My Modern Met granted permission to use photos by Joseph Ford.

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