Why and how so, you are asking? Well, we invoke the term synesthesia to denote much more than the perceptibility and sensuality of law. By reclaiming it, we further do not intend to imply what is called multisensory integration – the consequent production of a coherent, harmonious, and totalizing experience of the world. What we precisely aim to imply by calling attention to the material and synesthetic dimensions of law is the multiplicity, mixability, simultaneity, and translatability of legal perceptions. We understand the term synesthesia precisely as suggesting the potential for mixture, manipulation and play. We use is precisely to denote transgression of borders, dichotomies, and sensual hierarchies. We employ it precisely to locate resistance, creativity and invention.