Amazing. 34-year-old British artist, Stephen Wiltshire, who was diagnosed with autism at an early age, is currently taking residence at Pratt to do what he does best: draw. But not just draw; the artist is creating a detailed panorama of New York's skyline from memory, after only briefly visiting the city and taking it all in from a helicopter. He has done this around the world, 8 times in total, and says this is his finale.

The panorama will be 18-feet-long, and Pratt tells us that from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. each day this week, anyone can come in and see the work in progress. He hopes to be done by Friday, and if you stop by, send us your pictures. In the meantime, get to know the artist in the below video from this morning's CBS Early Show.

Wiltshire's sister, Annette, says her brother "can keep memories for years, recalling the same buildings again and again for different works."