Our societal structures and institutions haven’t been made comfortable for all sections of society. Hence, people with disabilities and other problems find it harder to access multiple facilities that the world created for those who are born with privilege.

However, there are people who despite such hindrances, create a space for themselves in the world where they outshine the rest. Paul Smith is one such artist from Philadelphia who did not let his innate cerebral palsy stop him from pursuing his dreams by making his art on typewriters!

Let’s have a look at his art and his life.

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Paul Smith died on 25th June 2007, however, his artwork and his legacy continue to live on.

Image Credits: Google Images

Sources: CerebralPalsy.org, Ripley’s

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