This is a screw in coffin designed by Donald Scruggs. It's cheap and efficient, something I believe all funerals/deaths should be. people dwell too much on physical representations of people who have already died. I'm not saying not to be sad. But, holding on to stuff that either belonged to them or spending a bunch of money on a coffin that you'll only see once is stupid.
I saw this picture on my boy, John's facebook. I didn't understand it at first, but once I saw where it came from, it all made sense. Shout out to Uncrate.com for finding this:
The Ruins of Detroit shows many famous landmarks in Detroit that have now fallen into decay. It's hauntingly beautiful. It's sad to see modern cities fall like this, but at the same time, seeing that man once occupied something so monumental is a beautiful thought.