23-year-old Mariusz Kedzierskidraws incredibly realistic paintings, but perhaps the most shocking part of it all is that he does so without arms. The Polish-based artist was born without arms but he wasn't going to let that get in his way
The talented painter writes, "But for me disability doesn't mean that I can't live my own, great life. It doesn't mean that I have to forget my dreams."
For the past 7-years he's been working tirelessly on his artwork, spending somewhere around 15,000 hours completing over 700 drawings. Kedzierski's hard work has certainly paid off. He scored second place prize for "Best Global Artist" in Vienna in 2013. He has also exhibited his work in Cracow, Oxford, Vienna, Wroclaw and more
Throughout his European travels Kedzierski enjoys working on his artwork in public spaces, a project he calls 'Mariusz Draws.' So far he has worked on the streets of Amsterdam, Paris, Berlin, London, Venice, Barcelona, Athens, Rome and Marseille
He shared his purpose behind the project: "I want to inspire people, show them that all the limits are in our heads."