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January 15, 2015 - photo frame

Amanda Dickens with a support done from a remains of Dennis Dickens

Dennis Dickens

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by Finn Scott-Delany, Business editor

AN ARTIST has found an answer to a doubt of what to do with desired ones’ remains – creation print frames from them.

University of Brighton connoisseur Amanda Cotton done her name formulating design frames with placentas for kin and families of baby babies.

She has now stretched her operation to support for a conflicting finish of a life cycle.

Amanda, 26, grown her technique while study 3D materials use during a university and she focuses on regulating recycled materials.

She said: “We need to consider of all rubbish in a totally new way: as tender materials that reason outrageous potential.

“Why not use tellurian bio materials and remains where possible?

“They have current cultured value and regulating materials with personal stress can yield kin with touching and permanent reminders of their loves ones.”

Amanda places a tiny volume of remains into a cover with other materials that capacitate a support to set.

Each support carries a relative’s birth and genocide dates, inset on a edges.

Her initial elect came from Sandra Lawrence, from Staffordshire, who wanted a permanent commemorative to her father.

Dennis Dickens served in a Royal Navy during a Second World War and died 11 years ago.

Sandra said: “I never knew what to do with his ashes. we didn’t wish to separate them since we wanted a durability memory.

“When we listened about Amanda’s support it appealed to me immediately and what she has combined is a pleasing thing to remember my father by, and it is something that can pierce with us wherever we live.

“I am certain my father would have dignified a support and a work that has left into it, and it gives me a event to keep a partial of my father in a pleasing square of art that we will value forever.”

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