Brazilian artist Tatiane Freitas blends classic and contemporary design for her In a twist on kintsugi—a Japanese tradition where fractured pottery is repaired with gold—broken furniture is revitalized through the addition of acrylic resin. The resulting contemporary, yet vintage, pieces demonstrate a harmony of opposing forces. In fact, it’s this push and pull that interests the artist by harnessing the memory of what was, and adding to the empty space. April 28, 2017 at 12:19AM

Brazilian artist Tatiane Freitas blends classic and contemporary design for her In a twist on kintsugi—a Japanese tradition where fractured pottery is repaired with gold—broken furniture is revitalized through the addition of acrylic resin. The resulting contemporary, yet vintage, pieces demonstrate a harmony of opposing forces. In fact, it’s this push and pull that interests the artist by harnessing the memory of what was, and adding to the empty space. on #BagoesTeakFurniture BagoesTeak.com
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