According to Disability Statistics’ annual report, around 650 million people worldwide live with a disability, that’s about 10 percent of the world’s population.
When it comes to art, many people with disabilities have amazing talent and tremendous determination.
The art pieces featured here were all created by artists using their mouths, feet, heads or even a wheelchair, all requiring unbelievable effort and time. Some started in childhood, others much later in life and for many their art is their only way to communicate.
We hope you’ll be inspired and motivated by their art in the following images.
Mariusz Kedzierski Was Born Without Arms
Diagnosed With Autism At Age Three, Stephen Wiltshire
Huang Guofu Lost Both His Arms In An Electric Shock Accident At The Age Of 4
John Bramblitt Is “Functionally Blind”, Which Means That His Eyes Can Only Differentiate Between Sunlight And Darkness
Alana Was Born Without The Use Of Her Hands
Uttam Kumar Bhardwaj
Iranian Artist Fatemeh Hamami
Doug Landis Was Paralyzed From The Neck Down, After An Awful Accident, During A High-School Wrestling Match
Born With Cerebral Palsy, Paul Smith Created Artworks Using Only 1 Finger On A Typewriter
Annette Gabbedey, Who Was Born Without Fingers On Her Hands
Victorine Floyd Fludd Is A Blind Photographer Who Lost Her Vision At The Age Of 26
JC Sheitan Tenet Has Custom Made Steampunk-Inspired Limb Integrates An Inking Needle, A Pressure Gauge And Piping
Peter Longstaff Was Born Without Arms
Iris Grace Has Autism
Rakan Abdulaziz Kurdi
Born With Cerebral Palsy, Doug Jackson Paints With A Brush Attached To A Special Headband
Tommy Hollenstein Paints With The Help Of His Wheelchair, Which He Was Bound To After A Mountain Bike Accident Left Him With A Broken Neck
Desmond Blair Is An Inspring Artist With A Difference – He Was Born Without Hands
James Dunn Is A 23-Year-Old, Aspiring Photographer Living With A Condition Called Epidermolysis Bullosa
Dhiraj Satavilkar, Who Has No Hands, Uses His Feet To Shape, Design And Paint Clay Models
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