Ben Frost uses pharmaceutical packaging as his canvas for these accurately portrayed cartoons on drugs.
At first glance, these playful drawings may come off as simple doodles, but they are brilliantly put together. He uses iconic cartoon characters to reenact the side effect of different prescription drugs. The character is drawn straight onto the packaging for greater effect.
Ben didn’t create uncharacteristic portrayals of of his cartoons on drugs. In fact, it would appear that he was inspired by actual drawings. This is what makes the series clever as he uses common reactions from these characters and appropriately fits them in with each drug package.
It is of curiosity how Ben managed to get the boxes for all of these prescription drugs.
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