Having “John’s head” on the mantel for all times seems a bit creepy
You just never know sometimes where technology will make an importance in someone’s life or just be an oddity. For instance, we present to you the Personal Urns from Cremation Solutions. This is not that typical wooden box or metal urn that you would dump your loved ones’ ashes into – instead Personal Urns with the help of good photographs and 3D technology is now offering to make an urn shaped like the head of the deceased.
Personal urns are a new and unusual way to memorialize your loved one.
They can create a custom urn in the image of your loved one or favorite celebrity or hero.
Personal Urns combine art and the very latest in technology to create a family heirloom that will be cherished for generations.
They are built from just one or two photographs of the cherished persons face – “A Personal Urn”.
They come in two sizes. The Full sized Personal Urn will hold all of the ashes of an adult. Keepsake sized Personal Urn is about 1/4 of the full sized and will hold a portion of the cremation ashes.
The advent of state-of-the-art 3D imaging means that these high-tech urns can be made to look like anyone.
Personal urns come with a bare scalp ready for a suitable wig, which they can provide. A plaque and nameplate are also available.
They can provide a very realistic memorial for anyone. They simply request from you a good photograph of the front of the persons face. If you have one or two from the side, then all the better.
They will send you a proof of the Personal Urn for your comments and approval before they go ahead and manufacture. Custom made in the USA, within 2 weeks.
However, if you don’t want to look at them for the rest of your life or the person who died had an inner diva, maybe putting their ashes in an urn shaped like Madonna or Elvis would do. Because that can be done as well. If you want a life-size urn it will cost you $2600 and a smaller ‘Keepsake’ urn will cost you $600.