A dyslexic boy creates John Cena portrait out of Rubik’s cubes
Hard work and determination can overcome all difficulties. And one boy from Canada has proven just that.
Benjamin Russo, a 9-year-old dyslexic boy, recently made a video in which he designed a massive portrait of WWE star John Cena out of 750 Rubik’s cubes.
It took Benjamin just five hours of work over the course of three weeks to finish the intricate masterpiece.
Despite how Benjamin’s dyslexia has always made it hard for him to read and write, he has always had a knack for memorizing and copying patterns at an incredible speed.
Benjamin’s heightened sense of spatial awareness is part of what makes solving Rubik’s cubes so easy for the youngster. In fact, he can finish just one side of a Rubik’s cube in about one second.
“Dyslexia is not my disability,” reads one of the printed notecards in Benjamin’s Rubik’s cube video. “Dyslexia is my superpower”.