Personal Urns

Keep your loved one’s ashes in a replica of their disembodied head to creepily stare at you in posthumous judgment.

Personal urns are a new and exciting way to memorialize your loved one.

Now we can create a custom urn in the image of your loved one or favorite Celebrity.

New advances in facial reconstruction and 3D printing have made it possible to have an urn made in the image of anyone from just a photograph.

(via The Daily What)

13 comments

  1. Notice the Hannibal-style opening around the skullcap. Always reminding you of the brain that once was inside. And has probably been eaten by whoever made this nightmarish, disgusting piece of horror.

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  2. I wonder if they have an upgrade to install red LED’s into the eyes?

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  3. Check their website. The whole thing is a WTF moment. They have urns in every shape you can think of, and even cremation jewelery, so you can reduce your loved husband/pet to a trinket to wear. I bet it makes for a great conversation starter at social gatherings.

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  4. Sweet. When I die, I’ll do this, and get my widowed hubby to carry my Head around, making his entrances Al Snow style.

    “What do we all want?!”
    “Disembodied urns heads!”
    “What do we all get?!”
    “Skull f***ing on a cold and lonely night!”

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  5. Finally, I know what I am going to do with my ashes. I wonder how long the folks that care will leave me on the mantel or bookshelf?

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  6. If they could get it to say “I’m hungry” every few minutes, it would be like I’d never died.

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