Pills are usually depicted as harmful when too many are taken; this art piece by Beverly Fishman offers an array of pharmaceuticals in a way that is almost poetic. Covered in a rainbow of colors, the pills will capture your attention in ways that have nothing to do with medication.
Beverly Fishman is an established artist who studied at the Philadelphia College of Art as well as Yale University. Her glass pill piece, appropriately called 'Addict' Glass Pills, calls into question the dependence on pharmaceutical drugs. From pills covered in a hypnotic monochromatic design to ones with neon yellow and a faded blue shade, it's hard not to find yourself drawn in by all of the amazing colors.
Check out Beverly Fishman's portfolio for even more artwork with intense subject matters.
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