Sarah Schönfeld highlighted a significant side of drugs and neurotransmitters in her artwork “All You Can Feel”. The negative light display bridges the gap between pharmaceutical imagery and the reality of drug consumption. Adding another way that drugs are perceived is key to giving people a newfound perspective on drugs.
Whether it’s LSD, opium, or other various forms of drugs listed in the art descriptions, “All You can Feel” draws your senses in line with the title. The enlarged photo brings increased detail to the viewing eye. Schönfeld called the images representation versus reality, which is a powerful statement. In the midst of the country facing an opioid crisis, this image is a powerful backing of the war against drug use.
These illustrations were developed between 2013 and 2015. These images have up to six years of existence and will continue to resonate over time. They say a picture is worth 1000 words, and “All You Can Feel” reflects that quote. The imagery is so potent, that maybe drugs users will research and second guess what they put inside of their systems. These illustrations will stand the tests of time. When it comes to artwork that uses alternative exposures, you should consider Schönfeld at the top of your list.
Learn more on Sarah Schoenfeld’s website