There is no limit when it comes to creativity, and the extraordinary artist in the video below definitely proves it. While most artists paint using brushes and special colors, Paul Smith had a different instrument that he used to make his ideas come alive on canvas.
Believe it or not, Paul only used a typewriter to create his distinct and intricate works of art. Sadly, Paul passed away in 2011 at 85-years-old, but his incredible body of work that he left behind is constant reminder of the fact that the only limits that truly exist are the ones you set for yourself.
Known across the world as the “Typewriter Artist,” his story spans eight decades, seven in which he created and mastered typewriter art.
Paul suffered from a severe case of spastic Cerebral Palsy all of his life. The condition affected his speech, his mobility, and his fine motor coordination, but that didn’t stop him from following his dream of becoming an artist.
Although his career started during a troubled time in history when options were more than limited, he managed to overcome all challenges and make a name for himself as an artist. His story is incredibly inspiring. Take a look:

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