Fjällräven Kånken Art Series Helps Fight Ocean Plastic Pollution

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Fjällräven Kånken Art Series Helps Fight Ocean Plastic Pollution

The unique fundraising series features recycled materials and an abstract pattern inspired by micro plastics designed by Swedish artist Linn Fritz

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