Brokenness / Assymetry

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By repairing broken ceramics it’s possible to give a new lease of life to pottery that becomes even more refined thanks to its “scars”. The Japanese art of kintsugi teaches that broken objects are not something to hide but to display with pride. Kintsugi, Pottery Videos, Ugly To Pretty, Make Do And Mend, World Crafts, Ceramic Techniques, Japanese Ceramics, Restaurant, Japanese Art

When Mending Becomes an Art 【Japanese Urushi Art】

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Ikigai: The Japanese secret to a long and happy life

Bring meaning and joy to your every day with the internationally bestselling guide to ikigai. The people of Japan believe that everyone has an ikigai - a rea...

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Why Getting It Wrong Is the Future of Design

We have figured out the rules of creating sleek sophistication. We know, more or less, how to get it right. Now, we need a shift in perspective that allows us to move forward. We need a pole right through a horse's head. We need to enter the third stage of this cycle. It's time to stop figuring out how to do things the right way, and start getting it wrong.

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Japanese Garden Aesthetics: Asymmetry and Irregularity

Famous author and Buddhist monk, Yoshida Kenko explains the notion of irregularity in his work, Essays in Idleness: “In everything, no matter that it may be, uniformity is undesirable. Leaving something incomplete makes it interesting, and gives one the feeling that there is room for growth.” The aesthetic principle of asymmetry and irregularity, fukinsei, is one…

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Dorothea Lange | A Sign of the Times–Mended Stockings, Stenographer, San Francisco (1934) | Artsy

From Phillips, Dorothea Lange, A Sign of the Times–Mended Stockings, Stenographer, San Francisco (1934), Gelatin silver print., 23.5 × 16.8 cm

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Why Getting It Wrong Is the Future of Design

We have figured out the rules of creating sleek sophistication. We know, more or less, how to get it right. Now, we need a shift in perspective that allows us to move forward. We need a pole right through a horse's head. We need to enter the third stage of this cycle. It's time to stop figuring out how to do things the right way, and start getting it wrong.

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The Privilege of Plotlessness

I had a difficult summer. Amidst this difficulty was the ever-uncertain state of being an adjunct at a Prestigious University when I, myself, have no prestige

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