Where does technology go when it dies? If it's lucky, designer Paola Mirai snaps it up and incorporates it into her Cirkuita collection, a mix of jewellery that combines circuits and transistors and other gear ephemera with a material called orotransparente to create wearable pins, rings and baubles. Beats the junkyard afterlife, that's for sure. [Paola Mirai via Sullepunte via Design Milk]
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