URNS 
Here are some examples of afterlife experiences for you or a loved one. Custom creations and commissions are welcomed.
When called upon for my services, custom urns for New Orleans musicians and characters have been created.
These urns are priced on a sliding scale from gratis to $5000
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Erin Leah Descant, Feb. 29, 2016

My niece, sweetheart

Ray Getman, my Father-In-Law, 2006

Jonah Bascle, Gone on to the other side
Dec 2, 2014, New Orleans

"Wheels Off, Rocket On", Vintage flashlight urn. "Gave My Them A New Walk" Rocket assemblage donated to the Fords in 2010; which one was disassembled, filled, and carried the last mile in the old world hearse. And as a final act, blocking the St. Charles street car line in protest of NO wheelchair access still... but friends and family are still working on it.
Robert Guthrie

Gone on to the other side
Feb 27, 2014, New Orleans
Ribbed thermos on recording records, 40's radiator cap wings, glasses, his brushes, lamp spire with clamp for pics.

Commissioned by Robert, Built 2012, 4 custom necklace vintage lipsticks with vintage Hopi button covers, and interior small silver tubes for ashes.
Matthew, Deceased, 2011, 1930's thermos, guitar neck, personal glasses
"PETE"
Also, racing name known as 'Dodge Challenger', and Hilary -
Special commission, 2014
Keith, Still Living, Cat Urn, 2010

Seltzer bottle sits on stand,
held in place by bike gear

"SERU" - Ross, Oregon, Still living
Canadian Electrolux with vintage steering wheel, hood ornament, interior spce thermos
Brian O'Neil - Bone-orama, Deceased, New Orleans, 2005, vintage thermos, trombone bell and mouthgpieces. Side slide tower for attaching personal messages and ornaments
Barry Cowsill, Deceased, 2005

Tribute Video

Vintage thermos on hot plate stand, personal glasses and artifacts

Billy Cowsill, Deceased, 2006

Vintage thermos on metal base, turquoise buckle, personal artifacts, and his brother Barry's hand written lyrics about Billy

Julian, New Orleans, Still living

Vintage thermos onmetal stand, ornate finial, bathroom curtian rod holders wings, spinning front swirl with ball bearings

Lance, New Orleans storefront display

Lance Slom,
New Orleans, Deceased

Vintage '60's thermos on metal base, cremation code tag. This thermos went to many baseball games in disguise so his friends could spread the ashes in outfields.

 

Ame' Merci, for Steve, still living
(pen flashlight for teaspoon of ashes)

 

 Model VR-18 "The Loved One"
Fully functional Funerial Urn, for Steve's father, New Orleans

Built 7/2001 *detail shots
51" tall, 27" wide, 42" long
Aspects: '50's Kenmore, champagne colored, mounted by 3/4" pipe onto old office chair base. Short chromed coat hook wings, gas heater torches, wood sport steering wheel, glass doorknob feet.
Front detaches showing ornate pieces insid front, and red fur lined body holding 1920's chrome ribbed Thermos for funerial ashes