Free Hundred Pastel Coffins Offered in Phetchaburi

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Designs are believed making things better. No matter what things are, once we put the right designs and colors, we would see them in a better way. A rescue foundation in Phetchaburi province has prepared colorful coffins to donate softening the scary and grieve atmosphere.

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Cr. Sawang Sanphet Dharmastan Phetchaburi

Padungkiat Kateyai, 38, the rescue leader of Sawang Sanphet Dharmastan Phetchaburi, based in Phetchaburi province said that the donated coffins scared people visiting the place, then they must change it.

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“We, recently, found that people were scared by mourned feelings with those wooden colored coffins piling at the office of the foundation. We started spraying to make those coffins colorful to soften the sad feelings that people visiting the place are less scared and start taking selfie shots with the coffins.”

MELBOURNE, AUSTRALIA –

A coffin in the shape of a palm nut is seen on display for Exhibitions for Festival Melbourne

2006 at 45 Downstairs March 9, 2006 Melbourne, Australia. Funerals in Ghana are colourful and noisy spectacles, and the design

of the coffin being carried through the town is an integral element of the funeral ceremony.

The coffins on display as part of the Festival are in the shape of a mobile phone, a spring onion, a running shoe, a shark,

a palm nut and a frilled lizard.

MELBOURNE, AUSTRALIA - MARCH 9: Lisa Warrener, Cultural Producer at Exhibitions for Festival Melbourne 2006, studies a Fantasy Coffin in the shape of a mobile phone at 45 Downstairs March 9, 2006 Melbourne, Australia. Funerals in Ghana are colourful and noisy spectacles, and the design of the coffin being carried through the town is an integral element of the funeral ceremony. The coffins on display as part of the Festival are in the shape of a mobile phone, a spring onion, a running shoe, a shark, a palm nut and a frilled lizard. (Photo by Mark Dadswell/Getty Images).
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MELBOURNE, AUSTRALIA - MARCH 9: Sue Nattrass, Chairman at Exhibitions for Festival Melbourne 2006, studies a Fantasy Coffin in the shape of a running shoe at 45 Downstairs March 9, 2006 Melbourne, Australia. Funerals in Ghana are colourful and noisy spectacles, and the design of the coffin being carried through the town is an integral element of the funeral ceremony. The coffins on display as part of the Festival are in the shape of a mobile phone, a spring onion, a running shoe, a shark, a palm nut and a frilled lizard. (Photo by Mark Dadswell/Getty Images).
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MELBOURNE, AUSTRALIA - MARCH 9: A coffin in the shape of a palm nut is seen on display for Exhibitions for Festival Melbourne2006 at 45 Downstairs March 9, 2006 Melbourne, Australia. Funerals in Ghana are colourful and noisy spectacles, and the design of the coffin being carried through the town is an integral element of the funeral ceremony. The coffins on display as part of the Festival are in the shape of a mobile phone, a spring onion, a running shoe, a shark, a palm nut and a frilled lizard. (Photo by Mark Dadswell/Getty Images).
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