Most artists are able to recognize their talent and passion for drawing from a young age. But unlike most artists, Mariusz Kędzierski was born without hands. Nevertheless, he has never let his disability get in the way. And while at age 12, he was forced to stop painting and drawing due to upcoming surgeries, he picked up his passion for art once again in 2008. Since then he has sketched over 700 pieces. Take a look at some of his incredible work (and be sure to check out the video below):
Born without hands this artist is breaking barriers with his magnificent art.
"Disability does not mean that I can't live my own, great life," the artist shares.
The 700 drawings that he completed took him more than 15,000 hours to complete.
His phenomenal work has not gone unrecognized.
His art can be purchased in the US, Great Britain, and South Korea.
For his inspiring feat, Kędzierski was awarded the Audience Prize 'Man Without Barriers' in Poland.
Discover more about this incredible artist in the video below: