You Might Think He's Disabled, But You'll Change Your Mind After You See His Art

Nothing defines you but you.

Paul Smith was born in 1921. As a child, he was diagnosed with cerebral palsy, which prevented him from being able to go to school or care for himself.

That did not, however, stop him from creating amazing works of art using an old-fashioned typewriter. In 2004, Emmy award-winning journalist John Stofflet did a story on Smith, showcasing his incredible talent.

Sadly, Smith died in 2007. His work can be seen in this archived website.

For more information on cerebral palsy, please visit United Cerebral Palsy.


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