Just as the brightest minds once thought Earth was flat, so too do today’s experts still understand a mere fraction of the human body. This pillow sleeve acts as such a reminder by featuring imagery from the 18th century study of Phrenology, the pseudoscience which measures bumps on the skull to predict character traits. It’s no accident that this concept is explored on the place to lay your head.
This duvet tells the journey of tending to an unhealing wound. The backside features the chemical structure of the eventual cure, paired with the lyrics to Cloud Cult’s “Hurricane and Fire Survival Guide” which repeat, “I’m sick and tired of being sick and tired.”
This collection of ointment boxes acts as a multi-faceted commentary on the overwhelming names and often-dismissed risks of western medicine. Packaging of each ointment features myriad hyperbolic side effects (e.g. feelings of unlovability, crimped hair, uncontrollable twitches in big toe, perpetual parchedness) and extraneously long names, comprised of existing medicinal prefixes and suffixes and all ending in “lone,” which informs the project’s title.
The arbitrariness and abusability of the painscale is finally gaining increased exposure. Introducing: Non-Haptic Feeling Doc. Patients can check-in whenever they want and with the most accurate language. No more “what is your pain from 1 to 10?” No longer can pain only be sharp or dull. Your experience in your terms on your time.
Friend having a rough day? Partner stuck in the hospital? Choose from our selection of blunt, illustrative, and witty un-greeting cards! Let us help you be there for your mates.