Silly Yet Sad Bug Memorials

If the late, great comedian Rodney Dangerfield was still around, he might say that bugs “don’t get no respect!” After all, humans are usually honored with a funeral when they pass away. Minneapolis-based Carmichael Collective decided to buck that trend and came up with these silly yet sad set called Bug Memorials. Little shrines dedicated to the fallen flies or roaches have been set up next to the place where they have deceased, such as a sidewalk or windowsill. Now, they can truly rest in peace.




Carmichael Collective website
via [cosacool]





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