Sunday, November 8, 2009

Nothing short of amazing.

Check this out.




Taken straight from the blog post above...

"Autistic artist Stephen Wiltshire took a twenty-minute helicopter ride over Manhattan. Then he sketched the entire skyline from memory. Every building was correct and drawn to scale! He's also done panoramic memory drawings of Tokyo, Rome, Hong Kong, Frankfurt, Madrid, Dubai, Jerusalem and London. How mindblowingly incredible."

4 comments:

Alexis said...

Amazing!

Country Dreaming said...

It is mindblowing!
I work with children who have Autism and it is a mindblowing disability. There is soooooooooooo
much locked away in their brains.
He is very impressive.

Melinda

Country Dreaming said...

It is mindblowing!
I work with children who have various degrees of Autism. At dirst you think there is nothing going on inside BUT when they open up, boy o boy are you surprised!
Very cool!

Melinda

Nezzy said...

Blows me away. I'm retired Special Ed. and the gifts that the autistic have has always amazed me.

The last autistic child I had is now in his second year of college on the deans list.

Have a wonderfully blessed day!!!