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We use Google for just about everything, so when Instagram finally came to Android we thought it was going to herald the end of our iPhone use. Now, we’re kind of glad it didn’t because if we weren’t still toting iPhones around we would have no reason to own this case. Designed by artist Hugo Arcier, and inspired by his “Degeneration” series, each of the cases is a polished plastic 3D  printing that includes a skull based on a reducting algorithm applied to a face. You can choose from low (think Matthew W. Moore amounts of triangles) or high (much closer to photo real) detail skulls and one of ten colors. There’s also the option to have your own text included on the side of the case.

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Finding a belt that fits exactly right when your weight fluctuates is impossible–unless you’re wearing a Mission Belt. Mission Belts use a unique ratchet buckle that adjusts every 1/4″, which means a comfortable, easy-to-adjust fit every time. Their full-grain Italian leather collection includes seven options, so there’s a good-looking, high-quality Mission Belt for every occasion. As if that wasn’t enough, $1 from every belt sold goes to their “Mission” of fighting poverty with micro loans through a partnership with Kiva. To date, they’ve loaned over $4.1 million in over 75 countries. Fits perfectly. Fights poverty.