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Wednesday, June 27, 2012

Seeing The World Differently -- Gilles Trehin

We live in a world where so many people see the world differently.

I see Shakespeare differently, and Gilles Trehin sees a whole different world!

Trehin is an artist and author, and autistic savant, who has been drawing a fictional city called Urville.

He has been painstakingly drawing this cry of Urville for 10 hours a day, for the last 20 years!

He published a book of the drawings, which shows the city from many different angles, and describes the fictional history of the city.

As you can see for yourself, the drawings are very precise and it looks like a city that might really exist.

Please watch this video for a look at a very unique and talented artist.

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