Bart By: Bart

ClearRx prescription bottles

I went to Target's pharmacy today just so I could get my prescriptions filled in the fancy new ClearRx bottles designed by a School of Visual Arts graduate. I've never been any more excited about getting a prescription filled, although I'm annoyed the pharmacist didn't give each of them a different-colored ring and the red ones are boring (they just look like they're part of the bottle).

  • Ilphin 9y

    You have all the exact same medication that I'm on right now. They wouldn't let me have 20mg Prednisone though, I have to take four 5mg tablets, which I think it quite pointless.

    Nice bottles though, I've not seen those before.
  • ion-bogdan dumitrescu PRO 9y

    nice shot, although it was better if you didn't have to take those medicines! :)
    would you please add this pic to the flickr pharmacy group?
  • mom2.3lilrascals 9y

    hello. just surfing flickr.....
    i like the way you composed the bottles.

    target pharmacy had a commercial on... a couple both on the same meds, but different potency. one took the wrong one..... the idea was to assign a different color to each member of the household so that you won't make that type of mistake....

    i just filled my mom's meds.... 4 bottles with purple rings...... my daughter said, "aw, i want to be purple".
  • htailor 8y

    This looks like such a cool idea.
  • labboypro 6y


    I saw this picture in a slide presentation involving "software quality" ... one aspect of which is security. So, I thought I'd mention...

    ...while you went to the trouble of obfuscating your street address, the ZIP+4 you left on the bottle identifies your exact location down to the house or apartment. You may want to fix that... or move ;-)
  • Bart PRO 6y

    Where did you see my picture? I thought the +4 was pretty broad but I'm seeing that it could be just a city block or a high-volume single address. That block was mostly 2-3-family homes so it's probably more than just that block?

    But anyways I don't live there anymore so it's OK. :) And I'd probably have to hide my first and last name online altogether if I didn't want anyone to find me?
  • Jerome Gnome 5y

    Thanks for this, used it on the employee newsletter site i run, Attention!Employees:
  • Project Casting 3y

    This picture is wonderful! I'd like to use it in our blog scheduled for posting October 15, 2012, with your name given with photo credit and a link back to your flickr page. If you do not wish to have your work reproduced then please email me back at with a link to the picture and I'll have it removed from our postings. Thank you for sharing on creative commons!!!
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