Behold the Lindner calendar, dedicated to photos of naked women in coffins. The calendar is the creation of Zbigniew Lindner, the founder of Polish coffin company Linder, who hopes to help boost sales of coffins by filling them with women. Get it? The coffin-makers have, of course, come under some criticism for the calendar. Making coffins sexy is bound to offend some people. Someone must manufacture them and someone sells them, someone buys it. If you fancy looking at naked women in coffins for the next twelve months, you can buy your own copy of the calendar online. MORE: Mum poses for lingerie photoshoot to inspire women to embrace their stretch marks.
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But bosses at Polish casket company said: "A coffin shouldn't be a sacred object - it's the last bed you'll ever sleep in - it isn't a religious symbol". This bizarre calendar shoot of topless models caressing coffins is set to become a global hit - despite strict opposition from the Catholic Church. Polish casket company Lindner devised a unique way to brighten up their gloomy creations by draping them with sexy nude women. But its creators deny its a cheap attempt to flog coffins, claiming it is intended to show the strength, energy and elegance of women.
By Chris Perez. The Lindner calendar offers a promiscuous taste of death that creators claim is their black and white homage to female elegance, strength and energy, according to Central European News. While a casket typically symbolizes death and is often viewed in a negative light, the folks at Lindner believe their burial beauties will play a big role in changing such preconceptions. Once word of the racy calendar got out, the Catholic Church in Poland quickly began labeling the campaign distasteful and inappropriate, according to CEN. Read Next. Here's how A-listers spent their money this election seaso This story has been shared , times. Total cases globally: , Deaths: 3, View author archive email the author follow on twitter Get author RSS feed. Name required.
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. 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. 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. Lindner Sales Manager Tomek Kilarski says they are planning to sell around calendars, which is now in its fourth edition.