27.06.11 by Jeff

David Barth

David Barth is 12 years old and he has autism. He is also a badass at drawing. There are almost 400 birds in this first drawing and he knows the names and Latin names of most of them.

Drawings by autistic artist David Barth

Drawings by autistic artist David Barth

Drawings by autistic artist David Barth

Drawings by autistic artist David Barth

Drawings by autistic artist David Barth

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Jeff
Jeff Hamada is the Founder and Editor of Booooooom. He lives and works in Vancouver.



  • i love the idea that the little tree there is holding hundreds of birds standing on top of other birds hahha

  • this stuff is amazing

  • These drawings are incredible! Amazing talent.

  • Vrajka

    and now do it like a puzzle.

  • literally amazing.

  • diiiima

    would like to see it in hi-res

    • Steven Duncan

      me tooo!

  • amazing, these are great pieces. Keep up the great work!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  • Santos

    whoa!!!! these are soooooo rad!

  • todd

    These are some of the best drawings i have ever seen. Great work.

  • perfect!

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  • Joost the Host

    When i showed this to my older brother (which is a teacher) he said he saw these things before from other kids with autism. And then he showed me the extreme Stephen Wiltshire, this video is a must see http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=a8YXZTlwTAU

  • Kid art is always supreme.

  • Benbenbenbenbenbenben

    Artwork by him should be auctioned and the money raised could go to an Autism charity o.O

    • Benbenbenbenbenbenben

      ’cause I’d definitely by his stuff!

  • lapetitefaon

    AMAZING WORK! Regardless if the artist is autistic or not, these are brilliant pictures. My favorite is the one with all the insects, love bugs!

  • Hanniel

    AMAZING, he is so talented and inspiring

  • Amazing! Love the second one down

  • yeah buddy! so raging.

  • That’s pure genius right there.

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  • wow wow wow!!!!!!

  • NearChukwu

    Hallelujah Awesome…!

  • Andrea

    AMAZING! I found the image of the birds and was wondering who did it. 1998 omg.

  • David,

    You’re one talented fellow.
    Great job!!
    From one artist to another.

    Warm regards,
    Trisha

  • Daniel Waller

    WOW…that’s all i can say!

  • the way the animals are organized in 1, 3, 5 is fantastic

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