Hadas Arnon’s 'Digital Cemetery' consists of memory sticks gathered into an archive, offering a place to remember the dead.

Israeli industrial designer Hadas Arnon‘s ‘Digital Cemetery' consists of USB sticks gathered into an archive, offering a place to mourn and remember the dead. Family and friends can gather all of the digital data of the deceased onto a small memory drive and then access it later.

Arnon was inspired by today's digital world, where most people have a lot of data and an internet profile on social networks. This led to the idea for the digital cemetery, where lots of sticks are gathered and digital memory is preserved.

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