If you can pry your eyes away from the nearly nude women in this controversial 2014 calendar series, you’ll notice the products that they’re draped over — coffins. This isn’t the first time Lindner, the Polish company that sells these coffins has used this approach. In fact, this is just another of Lindner’s annual calendars.
As it does each year, Lindner’s 2014 calendar brings a shocking mix of sex and death that continues to stir up controversy each year. Lindner describes that in its fifth annual calendar, it expresses the "perfect harmony between Lindner coffins and natural wood, blue sea, red flowers, green fields and beauty of the female body."
All sales from the $50 calendars will go to charity, leaving Lindner with a ton of buzz about its coffins and shocking approach to advertising.
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