On the Japanese mending practice of Kintsugi. To discuss this further, follow me on tumblr and use the Ask Me Anything feature here: http://thenerdwriter.tumblr.com/
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Christy Bartlett, "The Aesthetic of Mended Japanese Ceramics"
Kintsugi, The Art of Broken Pieces
Blake Gopnik, "'Golden Seams: The Japanese Art of Mending Ceramics' at Freer"
Shoppers World: Japan's Ancient Art of Lacquerware:
Kwan, Pui Ying, "Exploring Japanese Art and Aesthetic as inspiration for emotionally durable design"
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