Autistic Artist Draws Manhattan From Memory
Stephen Wiltshire is an architectural artist from London, he has a unique ability to draw incredible city skylines from memory. Stephen was diagnosed with autism at the age of three, he began drawing at age 5 and has learned to communicate through his art. In 2009 Stephen took a 20-minute helicopter ride over New York City, and from memory he sketched an 18-foot panorama of New Jersey, Manhattan, Brooklyn and Ellis Island in just 5 days. Take a look at his New York City panorama here.
Stephen Wiltshire On The Early Show.
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