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The word “blackberry” looks precisely like an actual blackberry: The brown “b” is dark and damp and borders on black—earthy, composted ink running into the leafy greens of the “l” and “e” and juice-stained with the deep red “rr.” It is dusty from the dry heat, yet to be plucked from the vine and soaked cold water. 232 more words
Maureen Seaberg – A synesthete experiencing the form of Grapheme and Chromesthesia.
She wrote a book on “Tasting the Universe”, which might reveal more information for my understanding and research in this area. 85 more words
I listen to colors – Artist Neil Harbisson
As I was researching around for Synesthesia related work, I found this video on Nel Harbisson. I think it is really interesting how Nel, not a synesthete overcome his color blind issue, that is to “hear” colors. 153 more words