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How to Incorporate Human Remains Into Your Dinner Party

Your bones can be repurposed into this ceramic bowl. (All Photos: Morgan Capps and Ash Haywood) Every day, Justin Crowe pours himself a cup of coffee in the same mug. While the wide-brimmed cup’s ghostly white color and glassy glazed finish may look like any ordinary piece of ceramic ware, it is made from something more macabre. When he takes a sip, he is drinking from the bones of 200 people.
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