This book was made during the class of free design & design thinking. The topic given to us was "My sky". We could interpret it in any way we felt like. synaesthesia [ˌsɪnɪsˈθiːzɪə] - the production of a sense impression relating to one sense or part of the body by stimulation of another sense or part of the body. During the very first brainstorm sessions it became clear to me that for this project I wanted to use my natural feeling of colour-synesthesia. I've been having this colour-thinking thing since I remember my self. Letters, numbers, days of the week, months, names, etc. would have a certain colour in my head. So for this project I would use this synesthesia feeling. First I was exploring the colour blue in its different cases. But then I realised that at the moment 'My sky' for me would be the sky of Berlin, of my new home. So I wrote a very short essay about my feelings to it, converted each letter of the alphabet into the colour I see it, and then manually changed each letter of my essay to create a colour vision of my feelings. Final peace: I took the first sentence of my text and created new colour shapes for each word. Meaning I'd use my personal colour system to create a new code in colour shapes. In the book I used a lot of transparent materials, sensitive paper, because I do have a strong feeling to textures and I'm sure that they help to get the understanding of the concept. Light. Airy. Personal.