“I’ll sit down with them and they tell me all the stories about their loved one—if they love ponies, if they love butterflies or arts or softball,” Ganem told The Daily Beast. “And when they’re telling me these things about their loved one, I can see them light up on very specific things.”
He will incorporate it all into jumbo computer-generated images.
“Without calling it a sticker, it is in effect a huge sticker,” Ganem said. “They call them wraps instead of stickers now, but it’s a giant one. It can go around corners, you can heat it, cut it, shape it the way you want.”
The family of one Uvalde victim told Ganem that their murdered daughter loved to hike.
“They sent us pictures of her hiking and in the mountains,” he reported. “And we’re actually putting them in with the wrap and we’ll incorporate the colors on the exterior to go with that. So it’ll look like a giant photo across the top of the casket. And it’s gonna be beautiful.”