Kambel Smith (he/his) builds large-scale, highly detailed sculptural recreations of iconic architecture using cardboard. His works include famous landmarks such as the Philadelphia Museum of Art and New York's Chrysler Building, as well as more quotidian locations and structures of his own invention. With no formal training in art or architecture, Smith uses his natural ability to gauge perspective and scale without measuring tools. He has had solo exhibitions at Fleisher/Ollman Gallery in Philadelphia, Marlborough in New York, and the Atlanta Contemporary Art Center, and his works are held in the collections of the American Folk Art Museum, the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, and the West Collection. Smith identifies as an “Autisarian,” which he defines as “a person born with superhuman abilities due to the condition called autism.” He and his family created the Autisarian Network, a nonprofit dedicated to changing perceptions of people with autism.