Sam Barsky has been knitting sweaters for 20 years.
Here, he poses in front of Stonehenge in Wiltshire, England, wearing a Stonehenge-themed sweater.
The Maryland native poses in front of the light rail in Baltimore wearing a sweater inspired by the transit system.
Barsky was inspired to create this sweater for a showing of "The Little Mermaid."
He often creates the sweaters before visiting the locations.
"It just felt natural," he told InsideEdition.com. "If I was going somewhere and I had a sweater of it, I'd wear the sweater there."
Barsky is pictured in Shenandoah Caverns, Va., wearing his "cave sweater," which features stalactites and stalagmites.
He told InsideEdition.com he has made at least 120 sweaters in total. Each takes him about a month to complete.
Barsky, whose designs have gone viral and gained him thousands of social media followers, wears a sweater inspired by the Thomas Viaduct, which spans the Patapsco Valley between Relay, Md., and Elkridge, Md.
"My viaduct sweater. Identical on both front and back," Barsky wrote on Instagram.
This sweater was inspired by the Mendenhall Glacier in Alaska.
Barsky explained that he knitted the sweater after visiting the glacier.
"Since it is so far away, I took this picture at a waterfall an hour from home that looks a little similar," he wrote on Instagram.
This sweater features animals at the Maryland Zoo.
"My arctic animals sweater, featuring polar bears, walruses, and more," he wrote.
Another animal-themed sweater features Australian animals.
Barsky has not been to Australia but wore the sweater to GanGaroo, an Australian zoo in Israel, he said.
Oriole Park at Camden Yards
Barsky knitted this sweater of Oriole Park at Camden Yards in Baltimore after "not having anything to wear to Orioles games," he wrote.
Twin Towers Tribute
"The first landmark I did was the Twin Towers and that was before 9/11," Barsky told InsideEdition.com.
In this photo, he stands in front of a tribute to the fallen towers.
He made this sweater in May 2001, five months before the attacks on the World Trade Center.
New York City Skyline
Barsky is pictured in front of the New York City skyline.
He has returned to New York City multiple times since, each time taking a different design.
New York City Skyline
This photo shows his second New York skyline sweater. It was taken from the Hudson River.
Barsky poses in front of the Eiffel Tower... in Las Vegas.
Barsky, pictured with his wife, poses in front of Tower Bridge in London.
He has two sweaters with this design.
Barsky has a range of holiday-themed sweaters, too.
He's created designs for Halloween, Thanksgiving and Hanukkah.
He shared this image after reaching 100 sweaters.
The design features smaller versions of many of his other sweaters.
For many, many more creative designs, visit his Instagram page.