Man crochet…

I was a little distracted by the models but not necessarily in a good way but you have to admit, these models are doing pretty damn good modeling these creations despite the “come hither” look of the last model. You have to wonder what they’re thinking…

33 Responses to “Man crochet…”

  1. Any idea who the designer is on these?

  2. That would be very hot and scratchy. And imagine if you went swimming in it!

  3. Mermaid Man and Barnacle Boy!!!

  4. the crochet doesn’t do a thing for the male models

  5. YUCK!! thats actually vomitous. makes me skin crawl. looks like they have been attacked by a barnacle monster.

  6. That last one is way classic…
    I’m still trying to figure out what he might have in mind.

  7. Wow! I….WOW!!! I am still harmed by the first picture! im not sure what is on his head but my first thought was it was a crocheted squid or something sucking his brains out! But then I saw the rest of the pictures & now I need a nap… or maybe not a nap but I need something LOL

  8. Gotta love Barnacle Boy. Mermaid Man can’t be far away

  9. Just put me off my cuppa! Interesting crochet though 🙂

  10. This is ART, people
    And I doubt it’s all crochet – some of it looks knit

  11. As a devotee of the pointy sticks I can assure you that the 2nd, 3rd, and 5th outfits are most decidedly knitted. As for Barnacle Boy, I feel certain that his outfit is at least partially knitted.

    Makes those horrible clunky sweaters from Great-aunt Marge look almost tame by comparison, though.

  12. “You know you want me… I’m fluffy! Too funny. They are thinking “I have to pay the rent and this beats being a gigolo… sorta.”

  13. If my husband had one of those outfits on, I would walk away and not look back…

  14. I am repeating the 1st comment…”Ewww” What is wrong with people? some creative things are not meant for public viewing….

  15. What the hell is going on here?

  16. The 3rd shot looks vaguely (ok VERY VAGUELY) like something from the costume trailer of Romeo and Juliet, the 1970’s version we had to endure in high school lit class. As for barnacle boy, I’m fairly certain that he’s hoping he gets paid in cash. I wouldn’t take a check from someone trying to sell this.

  17. Someone rescue the guy in the 1st shot from the yoyo doily monster.

  18. If Hell were yarn……….nuff said. Art my ars.

  19. I chuckled at the last two pictures. I don’t know why. Maybe the way the guy is looking. Like he must have said before the picture was taken, “I can’t beleive I’m doing this”.

  20. Be afraid, be very afraid…….

  21. these kind of remind me of the hyperbolic crochet coral reef. maybe these fellas are looking to be in a smithsonian exhibit.

  22. Now that’s what I call modelling, I think that the designer must be pretty loaded because the creations are a little strange and the photos look very professional.

  23. the second and third do look like someone crochet crop circles. i did not think crop circles were wearable.

  24. Even the creatures of the sea cannot resist his allure. They cling to him like barnacles. Exactly like barnacles. Which is intentional, I can see.

    Come here, handsome, and let me get you out of those wet things. Those bizarre, wet things inexplicably knitted and/or crocheted for you to model.

  25. real life Zoolander!

  26. it makes me think of Zoolander! give me the Magnum!

  27. 2nd one reminds me of legend of zelda…

  28. What were they thinking? How did these guys find this job? Was it in the paper?
    “wanted: hot guys to model funky knitted bumpy underwater space-wear. Call for details…”
    I am deeply affected by this. I must go.

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