That’s dead sexy! The calendar featuring naked girls sprawled over COFFINS

November 7, 2012 | by | 2 Comments

This sexy calendar will get your pulse racing – featuring naked models draped over coffins.

The racy wall planner – inspired by the classic Pirelli Calendar – was created by coffin manufacturer Lindner to help boost sales.

Zbigniew Lindner, founder of the Polish company, said: “We enjoy showing our beautiful coffins, and what better way than including beautiful girls.

An image of a naked woman from the Linder coffin company calender 2013

An image of a naked woman from the Linder coffin company calender 2013

This woman is sprawled across a coffin with a sun scene in the distance

This woman is sprawled across a coffin with a sun scene in the distance

“So much work goes into our coffins that are only seen for a few moments at the funeral.

“We wanted to show that a coffin shouldn’t be a sacred object – it’s furniture, it’s the last bed you’ll ever sleep in.”

Some of the images in the calendar depict death and suffering, with August’s image shows a naked man holding a flaming coffin while a topless beauty attacks him with blades and a whip.

The calendar, shot by Piotr Falencik, also features a sunken submarine and the Titanic as computer-generated backdrops for the gorgeous girls and their unusual coffins.

The Pirelli Calendar is the world’s most famous topless calendar, and features artistic shots of famous models and actresses such as Kate Moss and Penelope Cruz.

 

 

This fiery scene shows a dominatrix sitting on top of a row of coffins

This fiery scene shows a dominatrix sitting on top of a row of coffins

There's even a naked man in this dry desert scene

There’s even a naked man in this dry desert scene

 

But despite the attraction of some to the calendar, a leading British coffin company was outraged to learn that a Polish company was using half-naked models to sell caskets.

Washington-based manufacturer JC Atkinson are Britain’s leading independent coffin company, selling around 70,000 units annually.

Sales and marketing manager Mark Morris said: “It’s outrageous, but it is in another country.

“Whether it is offensive or not depends on the cultural acceptance of the country involved.

A woman pulls a coffin from the water around an ocean liner

A woman pulls a coffin from the water around an ocean liner

A model lays on a coffin on her back below the stars

A model lays on a coffin on her back below the stars

A woman in a red dress cuts into a man lying on a coffin

A woman in a red dress cuts into a man lying on a coffin

“It depends if it is socially acceptable for them to put topless women on coffins.

“I don’t think it would be socially acceptable here.

“We would never put topless women on coffins – it’s just not a British thing to do.”

Lindner Sales Manager Tomek Kilarski says they are planning to sell around 7500 calendars, which is now in its fourth edition.

He said: “It helps us sell more coffins.

“We took inspiration from something that Europe had forgotten – we took our history.

The front cover of the Linder coffin company calender 2013

The front cover of the controversial Linder coffin company calender 2013

The back cover of the  calender showing the silhouette of a naked woman

The back cover of the calender showing the silhouette of a naked woman

“Europe was first conquered by ancient Greece and even now you can find Grecian influence in architecture and language.

“We joined Eros and Thanatos – the Gods of Love and Death.”

He added: “Some people think a coffin and religion are in the same bag.

“These people say we have attacked religion.

“The truth is religion is much older than coffins, coffins became popular in Europe in the 13th century, as a weapon against disease and decay, not as a religious rite.

“The people who think a coffin is a symbol of religion have no knowledge.

“Coffins are goods – you can’t find them growing in fields.

“Someone must manufacture them and someone sells them, someone buys it.

“Nobody gets it for free – everybody needs a coffin eventually.

“Look how many people ‘live off death’ – the Church, coffin makers, hearse drivers, florists, undertakers, funeral homes etc.

“We just want to have some fun.”

The Church of England refused to comment about racy calendar.


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  1. Rolf-Peter Wille says:

    “A woman pulls a coffin from the water around an ocean liner”: …that’s like Dali’s “Christopher Columbus”!

  2. tetraetila says:

    Hi

    I live in Brazil and like of buy a Sexy Coffin Calendar 2013. I think this idea very interesting

    How I can buy a calendar? Please help me with this question.

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