Have you by chance come across some of the “modern days” coffins being manufactured especially in Ghana? Coffins manufacturing are following certain trends that come in various shapes and sizes; for your information, your kind of profession/likes may determine which coffin you would “go with at the end”.

The London festival of death displayed amazing coffins that boggle minds, but these caskets are far from the normal once you see around daily. These are strange coffins — including a dumpster, a guitar and a Mercedes — were created by Ghana’s Pa Joe workshop and Britain’s Crazy Coffins.

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Prince Baah-Duodu is an active blogger and believes in social activism. Prince is currently the Ghana representative of ACME Infotech (India) working as a Marketing Executive; outsourcing Graphic, Web design and Software services. I am a graduate of University of Cape Coast, Ghana and a two time President of AIESEC. I have a passion for writing so currently write for this blog and modernghana as columnist. Through blogging, i hope to promote peaceful co-existence among readers, share constructive opinion on culture, lifestyle, entertainment issues happening in India, Ghana and the world; when the need arises, i talk politics. I largely blog to promote peace and alert the youth about the need to believe in themselves to strive for excellence. Posted on February 3, 2012, in Entertainment, Ghana and tagged Africa, Casket, caskets, Coffin, death, Death Care, dumpster, festival of death, Funeral Products, Ghana, Ghana coffins, Joe, London, London death festival, london festival, Paa Joe, profession, shapes and sizes, Southbank Centre, weird coffins. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a Comment.

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