American artist Erica Spitzer Rasmussen turned her struggle with insomnia into wearable art, reports the Australia Network.

Minnesota-based professor, Rasmussen, has been struggling with insomnia for a long time. She has saved up a lot of prescriptions for sleeping pills over the years.

From that collection, she used 2,000 of these sleeping pill prescriptions and transformed them into the piece, “Dreaming of Sleep.” The piece of art is a floor-length nightdress.

The entire dress has been created out of scanned Walgreens medical paperwork, custom-printed onto wallpaper, says Dangerous Minds.

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