Our narrative

How to connect with colours

2020 May 9th

How to connect with colours

UrbanRIP is inspired by a connection and reflection of our roots. From ancient civilizations' death rituals to the ever greater need for sharing stories that promote healing and acceptance of death …

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What's in a name?

2020 Apr 24th

What's in a name?

When we think of colour name for our keepsake urns, we want to bring a deeper meaning into this world — creating symbolism with every modular part. In grief, we search for some sort of meaning when ou …

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Six healing symbols in death icons

2020 Mar 25th

Six healing symbols in death icons

Have you ever seen healing symbolism in death? Throughout history, our ancestors created symbols and euphemisms for death, grief, and healing. UrbanRIP started from trying to find meaning in a wo …

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What's your healing through grief story?

2020 Feb 20th

What's your healing through grief story?

Have you ever heard a story that made you laugh, or even cry — what about a story that paralyzed you, to wish it was all a lie?"The world is your oyster. Seek and you shall find. Love remains undefine …

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The Cremation of Sam McGee

2019 Dec 11th

The Cremation of Sam McGee

“The Cremation of Sam McGee” is a famous poem written by Robert W. Service's, published in 1907. It's about the cremation of a prospector who freezes to death in Yukon, Canada.The writer was inspired …

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Celebrating the Day of the Dead

2019 Nov 1st

Celebrating the Day of the Dead

UrbanRIP joins the global celebration of the Day of the DeadNovember 1 and 2 celebrate the Day of the Dead; all over the world we remember and celebrate the lives of our departed loved ones. Death a …

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