Joel Jensen is changing the way the world thinks of both art and the artist.
Despite being born blind with two rare eye conditions, Aniridia and Peter's Anomaly, Jensen has a keen eye for detail when it comes to creating sketches.
"I've been doing art for practically forever but have become quite good in the last three or four years," The 19-year-old said.
"All the ideas are from my imagination, sometimes I might look at a picture and recreate it but all the little details are completely imagination based."
After years of hard work, Jensen has just released a picture book compiling close to 100 pieces of his art under the title JAJ Blind Perspective Art.
"It's taken about six months to actually put the book together," he said.
"It's been the best thing I've ever done."
Jensen got into art more professionally through Wagga's Rabbit Books.
"It was more so just to boost my confidence, I got in touch with the gallery in town and they helped me get a few things displayed," he said.
"In my case, you definitely do have to trust yourself a little bit."
One piece of work takes Jensen up to three or four hours, however he said he wasn't the type to go one by one.
"I always have heaps on the go," he said.
"I'm looking to branch out into more painting as well, and hopefully will release a second book soon - maybe even one every two years or so if I keep it up."
Along with merchandise like caps and t-shirts, Jensen's book can be purchased by the public through his Facebook page.