Natural phenomena have a multitude of informational aspects. When they occur and hit our perception it usually separates them into the five general channels called senses – sight, sound, touch, smell, and taste. That is how we can easily distinguish and grasp sensory data. Nevertheless, the source of perceptional data is usually intertwined and has more than one of these aspects. There is a neurological condition called synesthesia, in which information meant to stimulate one of your senses stimulates several of them. Of course, that could be a really confusing state of mind, one that could raise a lot of difficulties for our understanding. However, from another point of view, such a perception could bring unexpected and beautiful facets of reality, which can enrich our knowledge of nature and human consciousness. Although it could be hard to imagine what is the color of sweet or how a sound looks like, now, thanks to the fruitful union of Science and Art, synesthesia has been embodied in a tangible form.