Faith Prescription


Faith Prescription together with the Pharmachrist makes our pharmaceutical drugs duo. 

While Pharmachrist correspond mostly to our physical reactions to antidepressants and other drugs, Faith Prescription represents the next step, much darker – the after-effects, the dependency. 

The white the first one was more visually sharp and brutal; this one was made to transmit a taste of internal pain, poetical sorrow, grief or even suicide. The two Christs have different levels of suffering from physical to emotional-Faith Prescription goes deeper down, drinking at the abyss. 

“The thought of suicide is a great consolation: by means of it one gets through many a dark night.”- F. Nietzsche.

The drug abuse seem to find a bitter ending. The figure is completely alone in his last breath and everything is dark and smooth as a black velvet wrap. 

It doesn’t mean a physical death but the end of a chapter. A spiritual reboot is required more than ever and we need the courage to act, instead of letting go. After all, if it does not kill you, will make you stronger. 

“But in the end one needs more courage to live than to kill himself.” – A. Camus.

“Christ on the Cross” , Léon Bonnat, c. 1874.
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