Artistry can come out of anything in life. It can be embedded in you, and all you have to do is to find yours. That is exactly what this article is about, it’s about a 13-year-old autistic boy who unlocked his artistry using the most basic things he needed to create art.
Meet Anthony Schmidt, he has been diagnosed with Autism Spectrum, but he has not let his condition drag him down in life. He always has been a very creative and fun-loving child from his early childhood. Growing up with toys as every kid in their childhood, Anthony’s preference was miniature cars. He loved them since they are built with the same appearance as real-life vehicles. His love for this hobby only multiplied as he grew older.
At the age of 13, this creative boy did something very interesting and artistic that became very successful and interesting. Using his set of miniature cars and his Mom’s iPhone, this boy did a forced perspective photoshoot which became very popular on the internet very fast.
Using different real-life backgrounds, Anthony placed his cars on a matching & realistic foreground that helped the pictures to look realistic. But everything became possible since this boy let his imagination fly and caught up with it.
This set of pictures became a beacon for attention since a lot of people were amazed to see this amazing photoshoot. He has already authored his book compiling these photos. Anthony has found his artistic calling and he did not fall short in his delivery. We have collected some of his amazing photos and behind-the-scenes shots for you to understand how the whole operation went down. Scroll down to check them out and let us know what you think in the comments sections below.
More info & Photo courtesy: Anthony Schmidt