Now, get a musical memorial with vinyl 'ash' records
Melbourne, Sept 1 (ANI): Now, get an ultimate final send off, with vinyl records made out of your ash.
And Vinyly, the creation of English record label boss Jason Leach, offers the service for around 3500 dollars so you can "live on from beyond the groove!"
Customers can supply audio, or choose music from the website's 'Raveyard', and tape it on the record.
According to News.com.au, Leach said that the response had been huge. His inspiration came from "a desire to be immortal coupled with sadness at the decline in record sales and music you can touch back".
"It's a bit more interesting than being in a pot on a shelf," he told Wired UK.
A vinyl memorial was also more practical than scattering ashes, Mr Leach said.
And to top it all off, the website offers unique artwork for the 'Rest In Vinyl' album sleeve. National Portrait Gallery artist James Hague can paint your portrait for the cover, with your ashes mixed into the paint. (ANI)
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