Hal Lasko is a 97-year-old retired typographer who goes by the nickname Grandpa. (Not for the reason you'd expect; you should watch the video to find out why.) After he was diagnosed with an eye defect, Lasko's family introduced him to Microsoft Paint and, well, without spoiling too much, the results--both of his art and the story of his life--are beautifully captured by co-directors Josh Bogdan and Lasko's actual grandson, Ryan Lasko, in this short documentary called The Pixel Painter.
Keep a box of tissues nearby, folks.
Really Colin? soulless? That's a pretty presumptuous and rude statement. Insulting people in the title, that's a new low Popsci.
I guess I don't have a soul then.
Playing Devil's Advocate since 1978
"The only constant in the universe is change"
-Heraclitus of Ephesus 535 BC - 475 BC
Beautiful, reminds me of my grandpa.
I like grandpa most important and two the Borg can not cry PoPSCi, just to let you know.