If we could only carry our phones with us to the afterlife.
Pavel Kayuk and his company Autograph recently attempted to make that depressing fantasy possible. The Siberian artist built a tombstone in the shape of an iPhone and created something known as “the iTombstone,” the hottest and latest death accessory.
Kayuk displayed these tombstones at a funeral exhibition. Only in Siberia would funeral exhibitions be such riveting cultural powerhouses.
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