Press your ashes into vinyl when you die.

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Scattering ashes can provide closure to relatives when someone dies. Jason Leach wanted people to be able to be able remember loved ones in another way; by pressing their ashes into a vinyl. 
 
“Live on beyond the groove” is the slogan of Andvinyly which allows you turn your deceased loved ones ashes into vinyl.

Film maker Andrea Lewis has released an emotive documentary profiling Leach’s unusual business, leaving viewers to contemplate the ways that we choose to remember the dead.
 

Hearing Madge Trailer by Andrea Lewis

Prices start at £3000 so it’s not cheap. However, if you don’t find this an odd novelty, it could be a great way to remember a loved one. If you would like to place an order, head over to Andvinyly.

 

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