Pill-Popper was a letterpress project that took the form of a post-card set. The set explored the effects of drug usage using illustrations of characters shaped like pills with expressions that mirrored the drug's effect. There were eight postcards total, all of which came housed in box with a blind embossed pill on the front and a belly band to hold it all together.


By presenting a fictitious worst-case scenario as genuine the Anarkon project questions the influence of corporate, branding and advertising power in a culture consumed by consumption. Its goal is to encourage citizens to examine their response to commercial messaging and to play a more active role in determining the limits of corporate power in American society. Anarkon was an Masters thesis project completed at the Academy of Art University.

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