Paul Smith inspires many despite his disability. From Wikipedia:

Smith was born in 1921 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. He suffered from severe spastic cerebral palsy from an early age. The loss of fine motor control of his face and hands made it impossible for him to attend school—or even eat, clothe, or bathe himself—and also made it difficult for him to express himself.

Early in life Paul discovered the typewriter and a technique for using it to create pictures. He was able to use one hand to steady the other and thus press the desired key. He was creating typewriter art from age 15, and steadily refined his technique.

Paul passed away in June, 2007, but he will always show us what is possible when a person puts their mind to something that others said would be difficult, if not impossible, to achieve.