REFUTE RECOLLECTION RETAIN B
This design (B) is a smirk towards the pharmaceutical industries who are effectiely communication directly to the consumer patient. By educating them through both TV commercials as well as on expansive web sites, the consumer is made aware of global symptoms. Questionably allowing hypocondriacts to flourish with this spoon fed info. The poster is part of a faux marketing campaign from a company called RE3 who is promoting the ultimate pill. Their marketing line states:
The dependable indispensable pill that guarantees you remember to take your regular pills, now comes in convenient longer lasting rectal gel caps.The irony here is that this type of pill is probably the last pill a pharmaceutical can offer, however even then it seems that they were able to spin it from 'old fashion' powder pills to modern and more inconvenient 'gel caps'
|Colors||cyan, black and green face|
|Material and Notes||
Printed in full color and ultra high resolution of 360dpi on high quality glossy photo paper.
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