Drawing The Manhattan Skyline From Memory                                                                                                                                                                                 More

Drawing The Manhattan Skyline From Memory

After Only a 20 Min Helicopter Ride Autistic Artist Stephen Wiltshire Drew an 18ft Sketch of the NY Skyline from Memory

After Only a 20 Min Helicopter Ride Autistic Artist Stephen Wiltshire Drew an 18ft Sketch of the NY Skyline from Memory

This astonishing 18ft drawing of the world’s most famous skyline was created by autistic artist Stephen Wiltshire after he spent just 20 minutes in a helicopter gazing at the panorama.  The unbelievably intricate picture was drawn at Brooklyn’s prestigious Pratt Institute from Stephen’s memory, with details of every building sketched in to scale.

Autistic artist Stephen Wiltshire draws spellbinding 18ft picture of New York from memory... after a 20-minute helicopter ride over city

This astonishing 18ft drawing of the world’s most famous skyline was created by autistic artist Stephen Wiltshire after he spent just 20 minutes in a helicopter gazing at the panorama. The unbelievably intricate picture was drawn at Brooklyn’s prestigious Pratt Institute from Stephen’s memory, with details of every building sketched in to scale.

Iris Grace - Autistic 5-year old UK girl with amazing painting abilities

Iris Grace - Autistic 5-year old UK girl with amazing painting abilities

Stephen Wiltshire: The  Human Camera "Wiltshire takes a helicopter journey over Rome and then draws a panoramic view of what he saw, entirely from memory." >> Absolutely incredible! If you have 5 minutes you should check this out, it is awesome!

Stephen Wiltshire: The Human Camera "Wiltshire takes a helicopter journey over Rome and then draws a panoramic view of what he saw, entirely from memory." >> Absolutely incredible! If you have 5 minutes you should check this out, it is awesome!

Gregory Blackstock, "The Art Supplies" (Reminds me of a Richard Scarry word book I had when I was little, which I poured over obsessively.)

Gregory Blackstock, "The Art Supplies" (Reminds me of a Richard Scarry word book I had when I was little, which I poured over obsessively.)

This man is an amazing artist! Imaginary drawing of New York in winter - drawings and paintings by Stephen Wiltshire MBE

This man is an amazing artist! Imaginary drawing of New York in winter - drawings and paintings by Stephen Wiltshire MBE

Urville: The Booming Metropolis Inside an Autistic Artists Mind

Urville: The Booming Metropolis Inside an Autistic Artists Mind

Living life with autism…this is pretty cool! I wish people would stop judging children with autism. Their minds are magnificent, they just work a little differently.

Living life with autism…

Living life with autism…this is pretty cool! I wish people would stop judging children with autism. Their minds are magnificent, they just work a little differently.

Information about art therapy and autism, how art therapy helps people with autism, and how people with autism use art therapy.

Information about art therapy and autism, how art therapy helps people with autism, and how people with autism use art therapy.

Autistic artist Stephen Wiltshire draws spellbinding 18ft picture of New York from memory after a 20-minute helicopter ride over city.

Stephen Wiltshire, genius.

Autistic artist Stephen Wiltshire draws spellbinding 18ft picture of New York from memory after a 20-minute helicopter ride over city.

Street scene of 34th street New York - drawings and paintings by Stephen Wiltshire MBE

Street scene of 34th street New York - drawings and paintings by Stephen Wiltshire MBE

3-Year-Old Autistic Artist Compared to Monet (VIDEO) | First to Know

3-Year-Old Autistic Artist Compared to Monet (VIDEO) | First to Know

Autistic artist Stephen Wiltshire draws spellbinding 18ft picture of New York from memory after a 20-minute helicopter ride over the city.

Autistic artist Stephen Wiltshire draws spellbinding 18ft picture of New York from memory… after a 20-minute helicopter ride over city.

Autistic artist Stephen Wiltshire draws spellbinding 18ft picture of New York from memory after a 20-minute helicopter ride over the city.

Stephen Wiltshire – Artism | Orwellwasrights Weblog

Stephen Wiltshire – Artism

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