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Kintsugi: The Art of Broken Pieces
The Kintsugi or Kintsukuroi is a Japanese art of repairing broken pottery to make new ceramic creations, using a resin mixed with silver or gold and the result is often something more beautiful than the original.

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The Gourmand’s Fruit Stand
Food and culture journal The Gourmand collaborates with London-based furniture shop Vitsoe for NYCxDESIGN week.

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Topsy Turvy Kitchen
Artist Zeger Reyers debuts his work Rotating Kitchen at the Eat Art exhibition in Kunsthalle, Düsseldorf. Part performance art and part mechanized installation, the show begins when a woman starts to cook in a kitchen

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Twisted Tricycles
Dallas, Texas artist Sergio Garcia presented Infinite Chapters at White Walls gallery in San Francisco. The show centered around these twisted tricycles in plastic, metal and auto body paint. The gleaming wheels displayed alongside other plays on distortion, including some child and adult fiberglass sculptures with hands

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Artist Phillip K. Smith plays with Reflection at Coachella
We are not going to showcase all the street style and ‘trendiest’ outfit of Coachella, (because everyone else is doing it) but we are reviewing this great project called ‘Reflection Field’ by artist Phillip K. Smith. The Project consists of