Sunlight Pills

Sunlight Pills

French designers Quentin Vaulot and Goliath Dyèvre want to distribute vitamin D in the form of glowing sunlight pills.

Lack of sunshine during the winter can lead to moodiness, skin disorders, health problems, and depression. Sunlight pills will restore your vitality.

They offer wide variety of solar radiation: from BoraBora to the Maldives, Haiti and the Bahamas. Just ask your pharmacist. Do not exceed the recommended daily dose.

Sunlight Pills created by Vaulot&Dyèvre for the Lyon Festival of Lights.

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  1. G

    How do they glow?

  2. Divinity

    Yes! Great question G. How do these glow. Love the concept behind them it’s kinda cool.

  3. Tahere

    Aren’t they dangerous to eat?

  4. Swiper Fox

    … offering a WIDE variety of solar radiation…
    Does this include ultra-violet radiation?

    “Do not exceed the recommended daily dose.”
    Why? Would there be sunburn?

  5. Guy

    Has a human trial been completed? (I know this is just art/hoax, just playing along)

  6. Gert

    In a pinch could I read a novel by them during a black out?

  7. johan

    will it still glow when it end up in the toilet ?

  8. jacklyn

    isn’t this dangerous? looks like a great concept, but…

  9. poh

    I would buy a dozen of these and store them just in case of a power failure.

  10. gunneos

    clearly these are to ward off vampires…?

  11. Sky Watcher

    Everyone has vitamin D deficiency regardless the time of year. Sad that the majority doesn’t realize or care about what’s been happening in plain sight for decades, yet wonders we’re all sick.

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