We've written about Emily Rothschild's medical objects before including her Medical Nameplates and pill-popping carafe and glassware set and we're excited to see that she continues to think about aesthetic and functionality issues surrounding, "personal medical experiences and the objects that shape them." Her new rhodium-plated Medical Locket incorporates the design of her previous USB locket, keeping medical records safe and private inside the locket with a detachable USB drive. The nickel-plated drive itself can be engraved with the user's most essential information as well. Her Brass Seven-Day Pill Cassette is a beautiful alternative to the throwaway plastic kind you can buy at the pharmacy. As Rothschild explains, "there is also irony and humor in the jewelry box-like design for our generally less than pleasant medication experiences. Can something so familiar take on a completely new place in our hearts?"