Polish Casket Company Releases 2015 Nude Calender, Also Features Clothed Men
Lindner’s made headlines on ConnectingDirectors.com when they released their 2014 Calendar. Now, they are ready to rollout a 2015 calendar. This year the calendar features; coffins, black and white nude women and a few clothed men.
A Polish casket company is raising eyebrows, again, with its calendar featuring naked women alongside its products.
The 2015 calendar for Lindner features black and white photos of women lying on, sitting on or standing beside coffins. Sometimes, fully dressed men also appear in the pictures.
The company is the largest producer of coffins in Poland, making more than 11,000 each month, which are sold throughout Europe.
While Lindner has been pairing women with caskets in a company calendar since 2010, the 2014 calendar was the first to feature all the women naked. The company explained the calendar expresses the “perfect harmony between Lindner coffins and natural wood, blue sea, red flowers, green fields and beauty of the female body.”
In the past, religious groups criticized the company for the calendar, but Lindner officials have argued a coffin is a piece of furniture, not a sacred or religious symbol.
A video preview of the casket can be seen by clicking the image below (NSFW):
(h/t: Toronto Sun)
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