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This company turns the ashes of a loved one into vinyl for a moving sound tribute

And if you could keep the voice of your loved ones still dead with you? The idea that we are going to present you today will surely surprise you, maybe even shock you, but it remains nonetheless poetic and symbolic.

Created in 2010 the United Kingdom by the contractor Jason Leach, Andvinyly is a company that offers you to transform the ashes of a loved one in vinyl which contains a recording of his voice. Concretely, the idea is to keep a symbolic memory of a deceased person and make it an object that can be passed on from generation to generation.

Just send the ashes of your deceased relative to the company and then choose several songs that you want to associate with the person missing. You can also associate a sound recording with the voice of the person. Andvinyly will then be in charge of pressing the disk by incorporating ashes into the furrows. The short film below that presents the service was named Hearing Madge and it was directed by Andrea Lewis.

An idea that may surprise at first, because it touches a subject sacred which will certainly not please everyone. Nevertheless, we find the initiative creative and relevant to keep a useful and highly symbolic memory of a close party too early. It will nevertheless be necessary to put the hand in the pocket, because the tariffs of the startup begin to 3000 pounds. You will find more information on the websiteAndvinyly.

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