Anne Lindeboom (b. 1920, d. 1984), now a toaster
Studio Weiki Somers' project was made to freak us out and help us take a good look at how much we consume just for the sake of consuming and how much waste that we produce for buying carelessly. By turning someone's loved one into a useful household appliance may help us become more attached to our thing's. No one would throw out a family member's ashes.
Somers created the objects on a 3-D printer. (Have no idea where Somers got the ashes, but I am sure you're dying to know.)
Pietertje Vos (b. 1942, d. 2007), now a scale
John Steegman (b. 1939, d. 1985), who is now a vacuum cleaner