Watch this blind man experience his portrait through art. What would it be like for a blind person to “see” their portrait for the first time? Artist Andrew Myers discovered the answer through his fascinating art. Recently featured in The Huffington Post, Examiner, and Vice’s The Creators Project, Please Touch the Art, a recently released documentary by Cantor Fine Art, focuses on the unique relationship between Myers and George Wurtzel, a blind craftsman at the Enchanted Hills Camp for the Blind. Made of nearly 4,000 individually painted screws arranged to match Wurtzel’s features, Myers created a tactile portrait of Wurtzel. Sam Cantor and Lawrence Cantor of Cantor Fine Art are passionate about creating a new breed of contemporary art gallery in Los Angeles. Located in the Pacific Design Center, Cantor Fine Art, is not only meshing incredible fine art with advanced technology, but they are unearthing unique ways for their artists tell the stories behind their work. In their most recent endeavor, Please Touch the Art explores the skill, reaction and mission of their represented artist, Andrew Myers. On June 24th, Cantor Fine Art will be hosting their “Please Touch the Art” exhibit and viewers are encouraged to do exactly that. The powerful documentary will be premiered at the show. The show will also feature artists Emilie Gossiaux, Laddie John Dill, Phil Reyneri, Caroline Jones, UCLA’s Augmented Reality Sandbox and Kayla Mattes. Below is a look inside Please Touch the Art. Featuring a score by the Academy of Music for the Blind, Andrew Myers, Cantor Fine Art and George Wurtzel are about to teach the world how to make your life exactly what you want it to be, and just in under 6 minutes.