British graphic design student Claire Mills has created Syn, a prototype issue of a magazine for synesthetes. (Previous posts on synesthesia here, here, and here.) From Mills's first issue editorial:
This magazine is not designed to be a scientific documentation of synaesthesia however, I think it would be foolish to not give information concerning various research projects. Syn is designed to explore the ways people experience synaesthesia, the main bulk of the magazing consists of interviews/profile pages detailing individuals with synaesthesia. There are also features such as "The colour of orange," letters pages and an additional explorative imagery poster pack...
One thing you may be intrigued to know is that I'm unfortunately not a synaesthete!
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