Totem Of Life And Death.
The innovative way of scattering ashes.
More and more people are attracted to the idea of returning their loved ones to nature. It’s a special way to complete the circle of life. With this in mind, we present TOLAD, a walking stick you fill with the ashes of the deceased.
After choosing a meaningful location for you and the deceased, you can press down up to 400 times as you walk along with family and friends, while a small amount of ash is released along the path, respectfully leaving a trace of the deceased with each step. By passing the TOLAD around, all present can share old memories and make new ones as they participate in this final ceremonial walk. As you continue along, the TOLAD will lighten as a final symbolic farewell.
How to use the TOLAD?
Winner GIO Award.
Good Industrial Design.
De TOLAD One is made of high-quality laminated cardboard and plastic. The wide opening makes filling easy.
The TOLAD One is available in 3 designs. The mechanism is extensively tested and works on almost every surface.
The ergonomic handle makes the TOLAD comfortable and easy to use.
Material: Cardboard & plastic
Length: 4 ft. 4 in.
Width: 2.4 in. (bottom) / 3.9 in. (top)
Empty weight: 1.1 lbs.
Volume: 0.96 gal./220 c.i.
Available in 3 designs
GeaWalked with her mother
“My children, age 7 and 10, took the TOLAD to school to tell about the special walk we made with it… schoolmates and teachers thought it was very impressive.”
AnonymousWalked with her mother
“It wasn’t just scattering the ashes of my mother, but we were bringing my mother home”
EdwinWalked with his mother
“Sometimes it actually felt like my mother was walking among us”
SiskaWalked with her father
“A nice alternative for the Urn on the cabinet”
AnonymousWalked with her grandparents
“I felt a strong desire to return the ashes of both ancestors to the earth at a symbolic place. The area where we walked with the TOLAD was in the dunes, where my father proposed to my mother.”
AstridWalked with her husband
“This way it can finally get a destination and…. After I’m cremated, I want my ashes to be scattered in the same area.”