Dezeen's #milanogram2015 highlights: day two

Milan 2015: it's the opening day of Milan's Salone del Mobile and over 1,000 images from around the city have been posted to our #milanogram2015 hashtag. Click through to see a selection of the most-shared and most-talked about photographs.

Visitors are flocking to see the Design Academy Eindhoven's Eat Shit exhibition – a so-called "protest against contemporary realities, which leave people divided and often hungry".

Photographs posted to #milanogram2015 include promotional posters, a shit brick placed upon a table and the exhibition's entrance taken by Ventura Lambrate (pictured).

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Other exhibitions attracting lots of attention in Milan includes Max Lamb's Exercises in Seating. The sparse industrial space features every chair the British designer has ever created, arranged in a giant circle.

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Guests are also taking the opportunity to have a go on London designer Philippe Malouin's swing installation for Caesarstone, posting lots of shots to Instagram in the process.

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United Nude's 3D-printed shoes created by architects and designers including Zaha Hadid, Ben van BerkelRoss Lovegrove and Michael Young are turning heads in Milan as well as prompting discussion among Dezeen readers.

Finally, visitors are taking to Instagram to post unique pictures of themselves using the #milanogram2015 hashtag. This image of Daniel Rybakken's reflective Stochastic lamp for Luceplan was our favourite example today.

See all of the images captured in Milan today by browsing our #milanogram2015 hashtag. The best picture of the week will win a NAVA watch by designer Denis Guidone, courtesy of Dezeen Watch Store.