Tag Archives: Coffin

Fast Food Mascots At A Funeral

Fast Food Mascots at a Funeral
Photo By Gail

This amazing painting featuring a group of seven of the most well-known Fast Food Mascots at a funeral was spotted by me at an arts and crafts street fair in Chicago. They are clearly serving as pallbearers and you can see that the coffin says “Monsanto,” the notorious chemical company. But, what does it all mean? The painting is clearly mounted in an up-cycled window frame, and the rows of towering palm trees in the background indicates that the location is southern California. I neglected to note the artist’s name, so if anyone has a clue as to who painted this, and what it is all about, please leave that information in the comments! Thank you, Drive Through!

Emoji Mural

Emoji Mural
Photo By Gail

Mural by TomBob. Photographed on Elizabeth Street near the corner of Prince Street.

Coffin Dip Bowl For Your Halloween Party!

Coffin Dip Bowl

Here’s something else you need to make sure your Halloween party spread is scary delicious: a Coffin Shaped Dip Bowl complete with little Vampire in it and Tombstone-topped spreader with a bat on it! Very Scary!

Features:

  • Ceramic dip bowl with lid shaped like Dracula’s coffin
  • Spreader shaped like a tombstone and bat
  • Size (bowl): 6″ x 3-1/2″ x 3″
  • Size (spreader): 1″ x 4-1/4″ x 1/2″

Get yours delivered in time for the party for just $19.95 at This Link!

(Sadly, this item has been discontinued).

Coffin Dip Bowl with Lid

Coffin in the Form of a Sneaker

Nike Coffin 2
Photo By Gail

In some regions of Ghana, it is typical for the shape and style of a coffin to make a personal statement by reflecting the profession, interests, or characteristics of the deceased. The mother of many children, for example, might have a coffin in the shape of a hen with chicks. In this case it is a Nike sneaker, a symbol of status and modernity in the late 20th century. As people make the transition from one world to the unknown next, an object (a coffin) representing another object (in this case, a shoe) provides comforting familiarity.

Coffin in the Form of a Sneaker (1990) by Paa Joe was Photographed in the Brooklyn Museum.

Nosferatu’s Rest Pendant Necklace

Nosferatus Rest Pendant Necklace
Bela Lugosi’s Dead

Ooh, a little vampire-containing coffin on a chain! What Goth aficionado wouldn’t want to wear this, I ask yez?

Nosferatu’s Rest Pendant Necklace Details:

  • Pendant shaped like a Coffin
  • Smoked glazed pewter coffin reveals the image of resting Nosferatu
  • Lobster claw clasp
  • Official Alchemy Gothic Necklace
  • One size fits all
  • Size (Pendant): 3/4″ x 1-3/4″
  • Handcrafted in England

Pick one up now for yourself — or to give as a gift to your favorite fan of the undead — for just $25.95 at This Link! (Sorry but this item is no longer available).

Nosferatus Rest Pendant Necklace with ChainNosferatus Rest Pendant Necklace Coffin

Bacon Thing of The Day: Bacon Coffin!

J&Ds Bacon Coffin
Because You Love Bacon to Death

J&D Foods, the makers of delicious Baconaise (it’s Kosher) and Bacon Salt (I own it) have thrown down the gauntlet with the launch of their new Bacon-themed coffin! It’s not actually made of bacon (because that would be just weird, right?) but it is painted in a lovely Bacon-esque design of brown and gold bacony stripes. Seriously, look at the sheen on this thing! It looks like a new car! The Bacon Coffin is sweet ride to the afterlife indeed!

J&D’s Bacon Coffin is in stock now and priced to move at just $2,999.99! Bacon Fans who are dying to pick one up can click on over to This Link!

Thanks to Nick at The Littlest Winslow For The Tip!

Pink Thing of the Day: Pink Fish-Shaped Coffin


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I’m a huge fan of The Amazing Race, because I enjoy watching teams of two people have mental/emotional breakdowns while racing for one million dollars on almost no sleep through countries where they don’t speak the language and can’t stomach the food. International travel! In the current season, you might recall that while the teams were in Ghana, they faced a challenge that involved carrying an elaborately hand-carved coffin through the city streets to a specific destination. The Pink Fish-shaped Coffin above is a perfect example of how clever and fancy the craftsmanship on these coffins can get. Sort of takes the phrase “sleep with the fishes” to a whole new level!