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Chan Min Yun's Pill Creations are Like Origami Art

 - Jun 12, 2012
References: sde.nus.edu.sg & psfk
Chan Min Yun has made it his mission to create a form of medication that takes attention away from its practical necessity in order to focus on the potential beauty of its application. Until now, the beauty of taking particular pills often involved their pain-alleviating, healing properties. Thanks to Chan Min Yun, it now lies in the way it is ingested.

Essentially, Chan Min Yun has created origami-like pills that bloom when placed in a glass of water. Once completely open, it dissolves into the water. It is supposed to help provide as much emotional relief as the medication does physical. Chan Min Yun poetically writes, "Luxury is feeling blessed in the face of adversity," which perfectly encapsulates the purpose behind his creation.