The home and studio of pop star Prince, Paisley Park, has been opened to the public about two weeks ago. What people visiting were surprised and moved by is the fact, that the singer’s ashes are there on display in a custom-designed urn.
The urn was created by Foreverence, a Minnesota-based company dedicated to produce custom urns using 3D printing technology. Prince’s sister Tyka had wanted something special that would express her brother, which led to a small scale replica of his home and studio Paisley Park, with the singers symbol in front of it. The inside even features the star’s purple piano.
“Foreverence has helped hundreds of families tell the stories of their loved ones lives through individually designed, 3D printed, ceramic cremation urns and memorials,” said Pete Saari, CEO and founder. “Through conversation, photographs and sketches, we arrive at what is the most appropriate and meaningful expression of a person’s life and legacy. We then design and manufacture the perfect memorial.”