If you have’nt already heard of Stephen Wiltshire, you’re in for a treat. He’s a British artist who can breifly view a complex landscape one time and then draw a detailed rendering of it. Like the time he took in Tokyo’s skyline durring a 30 minute helicopter ride and proceeded to create a 10 meter long drawing of the city from memory. His amazing “human camera” abilities are attributed to his autism.

For more on Stephen, check out  his personal site.

[via Lost at E Minor]

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