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  • Enjoying the last few days of summer. ⛱ photo by @nikolator
  • Tired of always upgrading your smartphone? The Renew layered, modular and swappable design concept by @morramadesign aims to end, or at least delay, the upgrade cycle of smartphones by splitting them into three different replaceable layers: the computer, the screen, and the battery. What do you think about this idea? 🤔 more on designmilk[dot]com
  • Portuguese brand @maria_maleta designs high-quality leather goods, #bags and accessories; the new line, the No Season collection, doesn’t disappoint. It’s a fusion between new fabrics, recycled and recyclable materials, and one of the most classic raw materials out there – leather. All of the leather is a by-product of the food industry, and is environmentally-friendly, biodegradable and allergy-free. \\\ Link in our IG Story to shop or check out the collection on @designmilkeveryday!
  • Over on @designmilkeveryday: Weekends are for #puzzles! Tag someone who is a #puzzlelover and could use a #puzzle challenge! \\\ design by @fourpointpuzzles – shop our puzzle collection over on @designmilkeveryday or in our IG Story!
  • When it comes to #skater culture, sustainability has mostly remained an afterthought in a sport where equipment is regularly ground down to the bone and tossed. @CARIUMA founder Fernando Porto grew up skating in Brazil, so he knows the deal. Initially inspired to design the most durable kicks intended to survive the daily grind of #skating, Porto discovered durability and eco-conscious #sustainability are not necessarily mutually exclusive even in the realm of designing a premium #skateboarding #shoe. 🛹 designmilk[dot]com \\\ Shop for @cariuma #shoes on @designmilkeveryday!
  • @kvadrattextiles presented its fourth edition of Kvadrat’s Design Projects, which enlisted 28 designers to create designs using their @febrik_fabrics knitted textiles. Knit! came together with the help of curators Anniina Koivu, Jeffrey Bernett, Johanna Agerman Ross, Njusja de Gier, and Renee Merckx who hand-picked designers known for their material, form and color explorations. Kvadrat Febrik is a line of three-dimensional textiles that easily form to shapes making it the perfect material to explore all kinds of possibilities, from furniture, clothing, sculptures, tableware and more. \\\ designmilk[dot]com \\\ photos by Luke Evans

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