These days Microsoft is no longer shipping gamers who have a dead Xbox 360 a postage-paid cardboard packing box (affectionately called the "coffin") for the return of the console. While Microsoft still pays for shipping both ways, it's up to the console owner to provide the packing materials for the trip back to the repair center.
Australian designer Alexis Vanamois decided to prototype a more literal take on the Xbox 360 coffin idea and fashioned this:
Of course, this coffin may also serve as a final resting place for those Xbox 360s that are no longer covered by warranty (and not replaced) as there is a special spot for the console's life mate, the controller.
See more pictures of this Xbox 360 coffin prototype at PC World Australia.