In a new fad, an agency for the organization of funerals in Ukraine revealed its intention and plan to manufacture special clothes for deceased people, and published the advertisement on Facebook, and attached it with pictures Models lying in coffins, wearing costumes of various colors and models.
one of the models
At the end of last June, the Ukrainian capital, Kiev, witnessed a strange exhibition of its kind, to display the clothes of the dead to the public, and various wooden coffins, and the exhibition aims to promote, Funeral culture, and the exhibition bore the name “RIP Expo 2021”The exhibition presented coffins and funeral supplies.
The exhibition witnessed fashion models wearing the “clothes of the dead”, as they lay inside the coffins, while a wide smile decorated their faces and put on red lips, in contrast to the gray and sad smile of the dead, according to the Russian Sputnik agency.
The exhibition included a funeral procession that took place in front of the audience through a group of coffins in which girls played the role of the dead, in a scene that reminds everyone of only one truth, which is “the inevitable end… death.”“.
One of the participants in the show said, “Imagine we’d all be there… This is the only way to be awake at your funeral“.
In another context, a funeral operator in a company in New Zealand thought of a way to relieve the families of the deceased at funerals to reduce the atmosphere of sadness, and he only had to design colorful coffins and funny shapes, which turned the moments of sadness and tears while attending the burial ceremony into sudden laughter after watching the deceased carried inside a coffin. In the form of a cake, cubes or diatonic.
Other forms of coffins in the company include dying artRun by designer Ross Hall, the designs feature sailboats, fire trucks, and chocolate bars or Lego blocks, according to the website. people.
Hall, who also designs advertising signs, says that the service of selling colored coffins with special designs costs between $2,000 and $5,000, noting that the character of funerals has changed significantly in recent years..