Miscarriage Coffins

‘After a miscarriage a lot of parents leave their child in the hospital. From here it will get a cremation, will be used for research or ends up in the hospital garbage. What a lot of parents don’t know is that they have the right to bring their child home and bury it. These six coffins in different sizes, which refer to the development of the fetus till the 24th week, give parents an opportunity to say goodbye. The coffins are made of biodegradable materials, which will break down within a few months and will fertilize the surrounding patch of grass, which will subtly mark the area for a few months longer.’

Read more about these Brigette Cormans coffins here. There is also a Cycle Clock, and other goodies.


About Madame Moselle

Freelance provocateur. Enthusiastic optimist. Dancing bear. Believer. Facilitator of perversion. Disseminator. Libertine. Moth and flame. Rouser of rabble. Stirrer of pots. Bowerbird. Public spectacle.
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