Archive of ‘links of the dead’ category

Links Of The Dead {October 2018}

artist: Billelis

artist: Billelis

A gathering of death related links that I have encountered in the past month or so. From somber to hilarious, from informative to creepy, here’s a snippet of things that have been reported on or journaled about in or related to the Death Industry recently.

This time last year: Links of the Dead {October 2017} | {October 2016}

💀 Miyu Kojima Creates Miniature Replicas of Lonely Deaths
💀 Why I read books about death and you should too
💀 ‘It’s a day you can’t do again’ — meet the funeral stylists
💀 A 16th-Century Manual on How to Die, and What it Teaches Us About Life
💀 Arrangements, or, the visual tendencies that occur on the periphery of funerals
💀 Death around the world in ten objects
💀 The Cucumber Horses and Eggplant Cows That Welcome Back the Dead
💀 Skeletons must not be sold as Hallowe’en props, doctors warned
💀 How death disappeared from Halloween

Links Of The Dead {September 2018}

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image: Felipe Ribon / Musée des Arts Décoratifs

A gathering of death related links that I have encountered in the past month or so. From somber to hilarious, from informative to creepy, here’s a snippet of things that have been reported on or journaled about in or related to the Death Industry recently.

This time last year: Links of the Dead {September 2017} | {September 2016}

💀 I will be plastinated when I die
💀 Do Animals Experience Grief?
💀 A Baroness, Her Skulls and a Macabre Exhibition
💀 Talking Out Loud To A Dead Loved One Is Actually Good For You
💀 A dying woman calls emergency services, is callously told ‘everyone’ dies
💀 Care And Feeding Of Your Grieving Person
💀 How to Talk to a Grieving Customer
💀 Sarah Chavez On Death Positivity, Grief, & Intersectional Feminism
💀 Morbid Anatomy will explore mortality with Green-Wood Cemetery exhibition
💀 “My father is dying, and suddenly a show I never cared about has become vital”: This Is Us Is My Grief Counselor

Links Of The Dead {August 2018}

Herbarium II By Igor Baranov

Herbarium II By Igor Baranov

A gathering of death related links that I have encountered in the past month or so. From somber to hilarious, from informative to creepy, here’s a snippet of things that have been reported on or journaled about in or related to the Death Industry recently.

This time last year: Links of the Dead {August 2017} | {August 2016}

💀 Science Friday: Tech Changes The Face Of Death
💀 Death in the Afternoon – A podcast about all things mortal
💀 How This Doctor Is Bringing Human Connection Back to End-of-Life Care
💀 Germany returns skulls of Namibian genocide victims
💀 Emmett Till Was Killed 63 Years Ago. These Black Boys Feel His Legacy Every Day
💀 Writing Your Own Eulogy: The grandest form of working backward
💀 Nothingness, Acceptance, Resurrection: Creating a Second Life
💀 Why Do We Give Our Pets Death With Dignity but Not Ourselves?
💀 How To Care For Your Grieving Friend
💀 Scented Prayers: Copal & the Day of the Dead
💀 7 Human Body Parts That Were Once Used as Medicine
💀 Mourning And Instagramming The Death Of A Pet
💀 This month The Grave Girl talks buying funeral antiques and visiting Seneca Cemetery
💀 Aretha’s last ride: The vintage hearse that carried Rosa Parks will now bear the Queen of Soul

Links Of The Dead {July 2018}

Skull Collection I by Dimitri Tsykalov

Skull Collection I by Dimitri Tsykalov

A gathering of death related links that I have encountered in the past month or so. From somber to hilarious, from informative to creepy, here’s a snippet of things that have been reported on or journaled about in or related to the Death Industry recently.

This time last year: Links of the Dead {July 2017} | {July 2016}

💀 Megan Devine Shares Thoughftful Insights On How To Help A Grieving Friend

💀 Funeral ads banned by Transport For London over ‘widespread offence’

💀 191 Years After His Death, the Poet William Blake Is Getting a New Tombstone

💀 The crime scene investigator’s ‘murder bag’ was created because of this horrific murder

💀 Dead gorgeous: ancient sarcophagus held mirror, cosmetics

💀 The Mystery of End-of-Life Rallies

💀 Putting death on the school timetable

💀 A Dreamer’s impossible dilemma: where to die?

💀 The Horse Skulls Hidden in the Dance Floors of Ireland

💀 The Tragic, Forgotten History of Zombies

💀 Flowers for the Early Medieval Dead

💀 What the Provincetown AIDS Memorial Leaves Out

💀 Natural Burials Are Rising And That’s Good For The Planet

Links of the Dead {June 2018}

Gianluca Corona - Vanitas with Peonia

Gianluca Corona – Vanitas with Peonia

A gathering of death related links that I have encountered in the past month or so. From somber to hilarious, from informative to creepy, here’s a snippet of things that have been reported on or journaled about in or related to the Death Industry recently.

This time last year: Links of the Dead {June 2017} | {June 2016}

💀 Why is America Obsessed with Dead Girls? via electric literature

💀 ‘Sleeping Beauty’ Mummy Buried with Riches and Snacks for the Afterlife via live science

💀 When our baby died, we wanted to take his body and bury him ourselves. No one at the hospital knew what to do. via slate

💀 This Guy Served His Friends Tacos Made from His Own Amputated Leg via vice

💀 Where a Taboo Is Leading to the Deaths of Young Girls via the new york times

💀 The mourning after: dolphins grieve for their dead via the amateur’s guide to death and dying

💀 The Fight for the Right to Be Cremated by Water via the new republic

💀 Why A Pro-Life World Has A Lot of Dead Women In It via harper’s bizaare

💀 This Party’s Dead via death and the maiden

💀 Graveyard Field Trips: A Memoir via loren rhoads

Links Of The Dead {May 2018}

Hidden Velvet

Featured artwork: Hidden Velvet

A gathering of death related links that I have encountered in the past month or so. From somber to hilarious, from informative to creepy, here’s a snippet of things that have been reported on or journaled about in or related to the Death Industry recently.

This time last year: Links of the Dead {May 2017} | {May 2016}

💀 What is death? Defining it is more complicated than you think, via mental floss
💀 Being A Marine Taught Me How To Kill But Not How To Handle Death, via lithub
💀 In Japan, a Buddhist Funeral Service for Robot Dogs, via national geographic
💀 Why Beans Were An Ancient Emblem Of Death, via atlas obscura
💀 Playing with death – how the ‘Goodbye-box’ helps children grieve, via death and the maiden
💀 Plan Your Dream Funeral, Ladies! via gemma correll
💀 I’m Getting Married And I Can’t Stop Thinking About Death, via luna luna magazine
💀 Netflix’s ‘End Game’ faces death head-on—and it’s not an easy watch, via the daily dot
💀 Courtney Lane Of Never Forgotten on harnessing the sentiment of hair, via haute macabre
💀 Rebecca Reeves’ Garden Of Grief, via the creeping museum

Links Of The Dead {April 2018}

Poster art for McQueen documentary

Poster art for McQueen documentary

A gathering of death related links that I have encountered in the past month or so. From somber to hilarious, from informative to creepy, here’s a snippet of things that have been reported on or journaled about in or related to the Death Industry recently.

This time last year: Links of the Dead {April 2017} | {April 2016} | {April 2014}

💀 A Good Death
💀 Eulogy For A Creepy Uncle
💀 It’s Going to Be Okay, and It’s Not Going to Be Okay
💀 Erosion on Hart Island Exposes Human Remains
💀 Grief, Joy and Spilled Rum at the World’s Death Festivals
💀 The internet loses its mind after mother posts photos of her stillborn online
💀 Grave gardening: Tending more than just flowers
💀 The Year of Action Resource Guide From The Order Of The Good Death
💀 Remembering When Americans Picnicked in Cemeteries
💀 Marina Abramović reveals plans for her funeral, ‘the artist’s last piece’
💀 MIT severs ties to company promoting fatal brain uploading

Links Of The Dead {February 2018}

Clare Toms Chasing Light, Seeking Light

Clare Toms “Chasing Light, Seeking Light”.
This print is part of an 8 print set sold at Static Medium to benefit those
who lost their homes in the September 2107 earthquake that ravaged Mexico.

 

A gathering of death related links that I have encountered in the past month or so. From somber to hilarious, from informative to creepy, here’s a snippet of things that have been reported on or journaled about in or related to the Death Industry recently.

This time last year: Links of the Dead {February 2017} | {February 2016}

💀 China cracks down on funeral strippers hired to entertain mourners, attract larger crowds
💀 How death became an industry – dominated by men
💀 15 Death Positive Artists You Should Know
💀 Exploring Death Through Occultism And Art
💀 ‘Death: A Graveside Companion’ offers an outlet for your morbid curiosity
💀 When Women Channeled The Dead To Be Heard
💀 How to Preserve Your Family Memories, Letters and Trinkets
💀 Talk to Your Doctor About Your Bucket List
💀 Learning About Indonesian Ghost Culture After My Aunt’s Death

Links Of The Dead {January 2018}

A gathering of death related links that I have encountered in the past month or so. From somber to hilarious, from informative to creepy, here’s a snippet of things that have been reported on or journaled about in or related to the Death Industry recently.

This time last year: Links of the Dead {January 2017} | {January 2016}

💀 Feminist Death Work: A History
💀 My therapist died. Is it okay to go to her memorial services?
💀 We’ve got to start talking about grief in the face of deaths that are not beautiful.
💀 Death as Entertainment at the Paris Morgue
💀 ‘The Bright Hour,’ By Nina Riggs And ‘The Art Of Death,’ By Edwidge Danticat
💀 Death Salon with Nuri McBride
💀 How Do We Bury the Writing of the Dead?
💀 Two new books that can help both those in mourning
💀 Smell of death tells undertaker bees it’s time to remove corpses
💀 The new death industry: funeral businesses that won’t exploit grief
💀 Drive-Thru Funeral Home
💀 What to do with the remains of notorious criminals.
💀 WeCroak: An app to remind you that the end is near
💀 Breakfast, Then Death. A piece of short fiction by Claire L. Smith
💀 For the Living, a Donated Face. For the Dead, a Lifelike Replacement.
💀 French YouTube channel, Le Bizarreum, explores death through historical and archaeological cases.
💀 On why writing about grief sometimes means you have to sneak into a defunct cemetery

Links Of The Dead {December 2017}

photo from Giovanni Raspini's Vanitas Mundi exhibition

photo from Giovanni Raspini’s Vanitas Mundi exhibition in Milan

A gathering of death related links that I have encountered in the past month or so. From somber to hilarious, from informative to creepy, here’s a snippet of things that have been reported on or journaled about in or related to the Death Industry recently.

This time last year: Links of the Dead {December 2016} | {December 2015}

💀 Old Timey Superstition: Death Comes in Threes
💀 In Photographs of Estate Sales, Price Tags Mark the Possessions of the Dead
💀 “At the Gate”; The sudden death of a loved one makes the poet reflect
💀 When Google Thinks You’re Dead and You Try to Fix It.
💀 Colossal Memento Mori: Mass by Ron Mueck
💀 They say writing is cathartic, but writing about my parents dying almost killed me
💀 High-Tech Suicide Machine Makes Death a Painless, Peaceful, Optimal Way to Go
💀 When you only know your friend through the Internet, grieving their death is complex
💀 Cashing in on the donated dead: The Body Trade
💀 Can a Chatbot Help You Prepare For Death?
💀 Saving Skin: The public lives of posthumous bodies
💀 Over the Garden Wall: Children, Death and the Mystery of the Unknown
💀 “We started this together and we will end this together”: The Art Of Rebecca Reeves
💀 The Grave Girl thoughtfully discusses the grieving for someone you don’t actually know.
💀 Say you’re mortal. You’re also a book lover. Where’s the intersection between these two things?

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