Artists Who Paint With Their Feet Have Unique Brain Patterns – Smithsonian

Peter Longstaff, a foot artist who participated in the neurological study. (Courtesy of Peter Longstaff)

Tom Yendell creates stunningly colorful landscapes of purple, yellow and white flowers that jump out of the canvas. But unlike most artists, Yendell was born without arms, so he paints with his feet. For Yendell, painting with toes is the norm, but for neuroscientists, the artistic hobby presents an opportunity to understand how the brain can adapt to different physical experiences.

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