“The most beautiful part of design is invisible,” Brenner says. That means that good design isn’t just about what can be seen with the eyes. He set out to prove it by working with visually impaired students, eventually having four of them conceptualize and design chairs that are, well, aesthetically, quite beautiful. Related on Yahoo Makers: Blind Artist Creates Amazing GIFs to Show World Through His Eyes Brenner’s program, called the Invisible Design Project, is designed “to share the importance, poetry, and essence of the design to young people who are visually impaired,” he states on the project’s Facebook page. “It’s surprising how [the visually impaired students] can actually understand and ‘see’ design better than most people would,” he says.