Trees, Fireworks, Vinyls And Other Less Conventional Things You Can Do With Your Ashes When You Die April 21, 2016
Nobody really likes to talk about death, but some people apparently get excited about the thought of their remains becoming a tree or a fireworks show. Elaborate pottery urns from the early days of cremation are so last Stone Age. Today, they're usually found on fireplace mantels or shelves of loved ones, maybe accompanied by some family photos. And while that’s all fine, science has given the pro-cremation crowd a few ways to reinvent the urn.