Stephen Wiltshire is a British architectural artist who has been diagnosed with autism. When I heard of his story I was intrigued and began looking at his work and was really moved at his ability to use scribbles as a sky line and make the horizon look complete. I guess the same can be safe for architectural icon Frank Gehry who began with tiny scribbles and wrinkled paper later turning them into amazing homes and landmarks.
But most importantly amazing is his ability to draw from memory after seeing things only once! At age 3 he was diagnosed as mute and then autistic.
Peep the video below to get an idea of how Stephen Wiltshire gets down! Very inspiring.