“In december I went together with two of my best friends to San Francisco," writes eighteen-year-old Sophie Perry at a photo of some mushrooms. “One of them had never been to California, so we showed him the Redwoods. I took this photo when we were there, because I thought: ‘Wow, those mushrooms are beautiful’.”
But in the meantime the mushrooms a whole new meaning for Sophie, she says. “What explanation I give, it will never do justice to the genius of the ‘funeral-paddenstoelenpak’, but actually it is an ecological way to someone with the help of mushrooms to be buried.” Sophie's father, and Luke was in it buried, " she says. “My father discovered it, and I've never been so excited about something seen. He was in this costume buried. It was one of his last wishes.”
The costume was designed by Jae Commit Lee and is for $ 1,500 sold (1.339 euro). It is biodegradable and made from different micro-organisms such as mushrooms. It helps in the breakdown of the body, neutralizes toxins in the body are found and turn them into plant life.
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