The designer coffin industry is on the rise—and everything, from leopard print to giant cream doughnuts, is on the table.
Bob Hendrikx created the Loop Living Cocoon, a biodegradable coffin made of mushroom mycelium, as part of his dream to help us live—and die—sustainably.
After the bubble gum Adams Family prototype sent the internet crazy, its designers are set to cash in.
Women have long been leaders in the death industry, but in recent years they have also pushed the industry to look to alternative burial practices.
“For too long death has been owned by funeral directors, hidden behind dusty net curtains and plastic flowers.”
On this episode of 'Daily VICE,' we talk to community members in a small town in Northwest Spain about why they spend one day a year laying in coffins and parading through the streets.
The DC death/doom collective is back with a stunningly heavy new split with Japanese doom lords Coffins.
Listen to sixteen rare tracks from the Japanese death/doom menace.
"Would it have mattered? It's a dead body," says one Facebook user. "They where about to bury it in the ground, where it will get wet, fester and decay. I think it could sit in a car for a bit."