At the end of last week, I was asked to be a part of a research study for John's Hopkins University about creativity and spontaneity. Basically, I laid in an MRI machine and drew realistic and exaggerated portraits from photographs of people for about half-an-hour while they scanned my brain.

 I've never had a brain scan before and felt like this was too unique of an opportunity to turn down. As a bonus, they also told me that it looked like I had no obvious tumors or brain damage, which is always nice to hear. The photos above are a couple of souvenirs from my experience.

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