Plenty of people sleepwalk, but sleep sketch?

Artist Lee Hadwin is an anomaly. A nurse by day with no formal training or desire to be an artist, his talent for drawing is aroused while he is asleep. When asked about his ‘sleep-drawing’ abilities, Hadwin says that he doesn’t remember doing any of it. Apparently this sleep-induced talent began at the age of four, and Hadwin places drawing pads all around his London flat where he has drawn works including portraits of screen icon Marilyn Monroe, as well as more abstract pieces.

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