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Raising a laugh at funerals is no Dying Art for this colourful New Zealand coffin maker

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When the pallbearers brought Phil McLean’s coffin into the chapel, there were gasps before a wave of laughter rippled through the hundreds of mourners.

The coffin was a giant cream doughnut.

A doughnut-shaped coffin rests halfway out of the boot of a white hearse in front of a church
Ross Hall kept the doughnut coffin he made for his late cousin, Phil.(

Supplied: Ross Hall

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“It overshadowed the sadness and the hard times in the last few weeks,” said his widow, Debra.

The doughnut was the latest creation by Phil’s cousin Ross Hall, who runs a business in Auckland called Dying Art, which custom builds colourful coffins.

Other creations by Mr Hall include a yacht, a fire truck, a chocolate bar and Lego blocks. There have been glittering coffins…



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