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Drawing The Manhattan Skyline From Memory                                                                                                                                                                                 More

Drawing The Manhattan Skyline From Memory

After a 20 min flight over New York, Stephen Wiltshire, diagnosed as autistic, draws the whole city using his 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 Sketch of the NY Skyline from Memory HOLY COW

Autism=Human Opens The Doors of The Artful Autistic World - The Nordic Page  ||  Between the 3rd and 5th of November art exhibition, Autism=Human opens its doors with three autistic artists’ mesmerizing artworks. https://www.tnp.no/norway/culture/autismhuman-norway-three-autistic-artists-open-doors-autistic-world?utm_campaign=crowdfire&utm_content=crowdfire&utm_medium=social&utm_source=pinterest

Autism=Human Opens The Doors of The Artful Autistic World - The Nordic Page || Between the 3rd and 5th of November art exhibition, Autism=Human opens its doors with three autistic artists’ mesmerizing artworks. https://www.tnp.no/norway/culture/autismhuman-norway-three-autistic-artists-open-doors-autistic-world?utm_campaign=crowdfire&utm_content=crowdfire&utm_medium=social&utm_source=pinterest

Telephone Box near the Royal Opera Arcade - drawings and paintings by Stephen Wiltshire MBE

Telephone Box near the Royal Opera Arcade - drawings and paintings by Stephen Wiltshire MBE Royal Opera Arcade, London, Close to Admiralty Arc, between Haymarket and Regents Streets. Enter from Pall Mall.

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

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

Stephen Wiltshire – Artism | Orwellwasrights Weblog

Stephen Wiltshire – Artism

Autistic artist Stephen Wiltshire detailed aerial drawings of London and New York from memory. For his pieces "Globe of New York" and "Globe of London", Stephen drew upon his memories of various helicopter trips over the cities.

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Stephen Wiltshire drew this view of 34th St. NYC, by memory, having looked at it for only 3 minutes. All details are correct (windows, posts, signs, etc)Look him up in the Web.

Street scene of street New York - drawings and paintings by Stephen Wiltshire MBE (amazing autistic artist)

9 amazing autistic artists with savant syndrome (not necessarily famous, but definitely amazing)

9 amazing autistic artists with savant syndrome

Gregory BlackstockGregory Blackstock is a Seattle-based autistic savant artist whose talents span both drawing and music.

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

Book: Drawing Autism, a celebration of the artistry and self-expression found in artwork by people diagnosed with autism, by Jill Mullin with an introduction by Temple Grandin

Laser Beak Man - The story of autistic artist Tim Sharp by Arts Queensland. This is the story of autistic artist Tim Sharp who has overcome incredible odds to become an internationally recognised visual artist with his super-hero character Laser Beak Man.

Laser Beak Man - The story of autistic artist Tim Sharp by Arts Queensland. This is the story of autistic artist Tim Sharp who has overcome incredible odds to become an internationally recognised visual artist with his super-hero character Laser Beak Man.

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

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Autistic Artists – Artwork & Visions of the World by People With Autism

Drawing Autism shares a unique perspective by showcasing the artistry of over 50 individuals with autism. Author: Jill Mullin, Published by Mark Batty