The Shell is a pressed paper capsule that holds your ashes when you're dead. Your loved ones can write messages on the outside, or insert them into the convenient slot on top. Then they throw it overboard and you slowly sink into the beautiful blue yonder. The unit slowly disintegrates over time, leaving nothing behind. Awesome, I think this may be the way I want to go. I originally wanted to be packed with fireworks and dropped out of a plane, but I reckon this'll do.
Another picture of a woman holding one, after the jump.
Ghost in the Shell... [yankodesign]
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Note: This picture is small and I had to crop it click HERE to see the sadness in depressing high-resolution.
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