Here we pulled together the best casket designs of the world by those who thrive on grave humour.
The culture of customised coffins centres in the West African country of Ghana where Christians have been buried in the pimped up caskets since the 1960s when it was reserved for chiefs and priests.
These days everyone is in on the (last) act.
Mostly the designs centre around people’s jobs.
So there’s a hammer for a builder, a camera for a photographer and beer bottle for a bar manager. The concept has spread to other parts of the world — here are some of the best.
Out with bang
Some like it hot
Quite a catch
The man who owns the coffin is a fisherman
Flight of fantasy
This design says a lot about its owner’s best food
This car-fin will take its inhibitor to wherever they’re going
Final nail in the coffin
There will also be a hammer headstone
Not soda pressing