Doll Pill Container by Quentin de Coster
by Harry / April 1, 2013
Quentin de Coster's Doll project reinvents the everyday use of medication in a fun, and logical, way.


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Consisting of a series of nested cups reminiscent of a Matryoshka doll, pills are lodged in the cavity of each subsequent Doll tumbler.

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When the tumblers are removed at the required intervals, the pills are revealed.

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Says de Coster, "Different pieces fit together like a Russian doll protecting drugs, health symbols, which are almost sacralized. Due to its transgenerational aesthetic, DOLL is intended to a wide audience and considers the elderly without stigmatizing."

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DOLL is composed of a beech base and three plastic cups. Photos: Elodie Timmermans. More at Quentin de Coster.

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