Each vinyl record can include your loved one’s ashes sifted and spread across raw vinyl records then sealed, and a clip of their voice in the background to go along with a favorite song.
Each vinyl is custom with personal cover art from supplied photographs or an on-call painter from the National Portrait Gallery. Oh, and get this, the vinyl can even be arranged long before you die.
While it may sound like a peculiar idea, Leach explains in the video below that the idea came to him as he remembered growing up and hearing a story about how his great grandfather’s ashes were scattered at sea.
This company is putting a new spin on honoring the dearly departed
They press cremated remains into raw vinyl and seal them into a record
The audio can be a loved one’s favorite song, or a clip of them speaking
The company was founded by Jason Leach, a musician himself
Distinct pops and crackles can be heard as the needle traces the ashes
For audiophiles and music lovers, this is the ultimate send-off
For more information and pricing contact And Vinyly.
If you thought this was interesting, another company will swirl you into beautiful glass spheres when you die.