Pixelmania Tombstone

In 50 days (not that anyone is counting), I will be flying down to Walt Disney World to meet up with old and new friends from the Magic In Pixels for Pixelmania 2011!  In anticipation of this year’s event, Tim Devine, the head photographer of TMIP, created the Pixelmania Haunted Tombstone personalized gift.  In which, you give him your Haunted Mansion-like funny epitaph and $40US and you get your own custom tombstone like mine.

Pixelmania Haunted Tombstone personalized gift.

Scott's Pixelmania Haunted Tombstone personalized gift. Nikon D700/50mm, 30s, f/11, ISO 200, EV 0, Tripod & LED Light.

Even if you can not make it to Orlando, you can still purchase your own tombstone or other Pixelmania merchandise like t-shirts, sweatshirts and/or the official Pixelmania 2011 mounted print by Aaron Johnson from What The Duck.com.

What funny and witty epitaph would you use for your tombstone?

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15 Responses to Pixelmania Tombstone

  1. tim devine says:

    thanks, scott. looks great and looking forward to seeing you in a few weeks.


  2. milkayphoto says:

    Hehehehe…great tombstone, Scott. 🙂


  3. Carsten says:

    That’ some stone you got there.
    It brings W.C. Fields to my mind. I have another suggestion for yours Scott:
    “I’d rather be in Disney World!”
    For myself? That’s something to think about….


  4. Karma says:

    Very cute and clever! I do envy you your trip! How much fun must it be to take pictures at Disney World with others that are interested in photography.


  5. Deanna says:

    Awesome tombstone! Mine would definitely have to say something about zombies.


  6. tim devine says:

    absolutely. you come up with a poem, we can make it happen!


  7. tim devine says:

    If anyone wants to order their own tombstone, just follow this link:


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