Photo credit by Jokichi Matsubara.

Photo credit by Jokichi Matsubara.

Work Design Magazine

For many of participants, taking the time to mindfully interact with touch in this way was illuminating. It brought up forgotten memories. For some, it was quite emotional.


After intense and advanced study, research, and personal experiences, SVA graduates Rinat Sherzer and Rodrigo Muñoz found a way to make anxiety tangible.

Sherzer and Muñoz call their company and unique approach to helping with anxiety It Makes Sense. As a means of therapy, people with anxiety are able to anonymously go through a process that will make them feel all the feelings in a really satisfying way.