If you are trying to place the city, it may take a while. Stephen Wiltshire, famed for his ability to recreate buildings in elaborate sketches entirely from memory, has merged views of Barcelona, Palma De Mallorca and Marseille for his Mediterranean panorama. His picture, which includes Barcelona's Sagrada Familia and Notre Dame de la Garde in Marseille, was drawn when he returned to his London studio after a cruise. It will be installed on Royal Caribbean ship Harmony of the Seas when it launches in May.
Wiltshire, 41, studied at the School at City & Guilds Art School. He has autism and shot to fame in 1987 after a BBC documentary about Savant syndrome showed him completing detailed sketch of St Pancras station hours after a brief visit.
He said: I'm thrilled that so many people from all over the world will be able to view my work while on the ship'.