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Cremation Art a Recycled Alternative
Submitted on August 09, 2012
Alternative to traditional urns, interment or scattering of ashes for pets & humans by the application of a memorial internet service with a personal creative touch.
Simple cremation service is affordable with out all the hype a funeral home will suggest. I offer a service for those who have cremated ashes or wishes to use a service that will deliver custom art made from all or part of the cremated ashes. This is an eco friendly service to help cut down on land usage, fossil fuel, and is the ultimate use of sustainable and recycled materials. Funeral homes and cemeteries are old school traditions that have changed very little in what they offer, and generally is not cost effective. I offer an new service of interment for the industry in a personal creative process that heals the heart and the planet.
How will your idea make people's live's better?
Heal the earth and recycle by using sustainable materials. My organic medium is abundant material made from powdered stone, calcium, fossilized earth and dried recycled flowers and plants. I add the cremated ashed to my organic medium to create the memorial artwork. This will save land usage and fossil fuels by using abundant sustainable materials. Working with the artist to customize the memorial artwork will help heal the grieving process and give the customer a lasting tribute for the family and for generations to come. This is a humanitarian aftercare service with respect and understanding for the customer.
How does your idea take advantage of next-generation networks?
There are funeral home and cemetery websites for pets and humans. I have a personal organic art website, but a smart phone application that takes you to a professionally built website that offered custom memorial artwork for those who wish to have a unique original work of art to be handed down from generation to generation long after the artist goes into his own work of art. My sculpted artwork can be taught to other creative people as the need arises. A cottage industry in the making.