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Henry Fraser: The mouth painting master

Published 1114 GMT (1914 HKT) August 13, 2015
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Henry Fraser is a 23-year-old who excels at mouth art and public speaking. In July 2009, Fraser was involved in a diving accident which left him paralyzed from the neck down. As an artist he has had great success in drawing and painting some of the world's biggest sports stars. James Masters
Thierry Henry was so impressed by this painting that he took to Twitter to congratulate Fraser. The two met at an Arsenal game last season and had a picture taken together. Fraser says it was one of the best moments of his life. James Masters
This painting of Great Britain's former Olympic champion Chris Hoy was done on an iPad. Fraser uses a mouth stick with a stylus at the end to do portraits on an app. He perfected this method while suffering from illness last year. Henry Fraser
Usain Bolt was so taken with Fraser's watercolor painting of him that he took to social media to share it with the world. The Olympic champion sprinter is just one of a host of celebrities to voice his admiration for Fraser's work. James Masters
You might know this famous face -- David Beckham, the former Manchester United and England star, who also played for Real Madrid, AC Milan, LA Galaxy and Paris Saint-Germain. Beckham shared the portrait after being impressed with Fraser's artistry. James Masters
Andy Murray made the Wimbledon semifinals this year where he lost to one of Fraser's favorite sporting icons -- Roger Federer. Fraser was particularly happy with the way he captured Murray's pose and it went down well with his fans too. James Masters
Fraser's hero is Jonny Wilkinson, one of the most iconic players to have competed in international rugby. Wilkinson is another sports star to have congratulated Fraser on his work, though the two have yet to meet. Fraser hopes that will change in the near future. Getty Images
Federer, the 17-time grand slam winner, is one of Fraser's favorite stars. The flair, style and ease with which Federer glides across the court has endeared the Swiss player to Fraser. GLYN KIRK/AFP/Getty Images