Here lies Anne Lindeboom—born in 1920, died in 1984. Now, she’s a toaster.
The toaster was created by Dutch artist Wieke Somers from the ashes of the deceased. Somers uses a prototype printing machine to create dead people art, mixing the ashes with epoxy, which get melted in layers following a 3D model.
A few questions do arise besides the inevitable ‘What the fuck?’ Why exactly would someone want to be immortalized as a toaster? Did she die from Pop-Tart related injuries? Or did a similar appliance ‘accidentally’ get dropped in her bath? And what is with the birds? Nevermind, RIP toaster lady.
A bit more insight on the motivation behind this project and others can be found here.