Fantasy Coffins from Ghana

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I think what I enjoy most about these coffins is the humorous celebration of a life that has come to an end.  The coffin, itself, seems to be a flash-in-the-pan as the investment of its making exceeds the longevity of its display.  In the end, I find this to be a very poetic mirroring of the life of a loved one.

See the following article from the Huffington Post: Fantasy Coffins

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One Response to “Fantasy Coffins from Ghana”
  1. wow, never seen anything like this.
    They say “you cry when a baby enters this sinful world and rejoice when he leaves”
    powerful message, those coffins have.

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