Artist Jeremiah Johnson Creates a Model of a Church out of Prescription Pill Bottles

Artist Jeremiah Johnson (previously) has a definite gift when it comes to creating sculptures out of repurposed everyday items. His latest work, titled "House of Worship" is a model of a regional church constructed from empty prescription pill bottles that he started collecting back in 2001, when he was diagnosed with ulcerative colitis. The project is influenced by this condition and the current state of healthcare in America. Johnson told Inhabitat, “I saved the empty bottles because at the time, I knew they could be repurposed for something that could speak about my condition.”

 Find out more about the project here.

via [Inhabitat]