This past week, People Magazine revealed the first photos of Prince’s urn, one that is a totally unique as the man was himself.
While alive, Paisley Park in Minnesota was Prince’s home; as of last Thursday, it became a museum and memorial to him. At that museum, his ashes are on display in a one of a kind urn that was designed by his sister, Tyka Nelson and his nephew President Nelson. They partnered with Foreverence, a company that developed a scale model of Paisley Park itself. It’s 14 x 18 inches and decorated with Prince’s famous symbol in his signature purple.
His ashes are sealed in the front column and, though it can’t be seen by the public, the facade “opens to reveal a miniature replica of Paisley Park’s grand atrium, including the singer’s signature purple Yamaha piano, white ornamental doves and decorative tile floor. The interior even includes real working lights.”
According to its website, Foreverence designs urns and memorials that “celebrate life, passion, and legacy”. They’re “a timeless tribute as unique as the life it represents.” They certainly managed that for Prince.
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