Vince Low decided to pay homage to famous dyslexics with his own unique art form. Low has an amazing talent to miraculously turn chaotic scribbles into celebrity portraits. His project entitled “Tilted Faces” is an awareness campaign for the Dyslexia Association of Malaysia and includes portraits of well known icons including Pablo Picasso, Albert Einstein, and John Lennon: all dyslexic (or in Einstein's case, suspected to be dyslexic).

​Low is very personally invested in his project as he himself has dyslexia. He is drawing well-known dyslexic celebrities for his project because he wants to express that dyslexia is not a curse, but a gift.

​Check out his amazing portraits on the Huffington Post [1] website.

Dyslexic himself, Vince Low decided to pay homage to famous dyslexics with his own unique art form.
Success Story: Vince Low