celebrating flaws

kintsugi is the japanese art of mending broken pottery. instead of concealing the cracks, gold is used to emphasise the beauty of what was once broken
from broken to beauty

kintsugi + mental health

this year to raise awareness for mental health we are encouraging people to ‘share and repair’. the moment we accept and share our struggles, is the moment we begin to paint our cracks with gold, making something more beautiful than before

kintsugi making workshops

during the months of february and march we will be hosting a number of kintsugi making workshops across the UK. an opportunity to come together in a safe space to share and repair.
find a workshop

kintsugi panel events

we will be hosting 2 panel events during the campaign to discuss all things mental health and the importance of reaching out. our first panel will be held 19/02 at wagamama great marlborough street and will be hosted by journalist, author and mental health campaigner bryony gordon. stay tuned for details
panel events

mental health mates

during our kintsugi campaign we will be donating 30p for every power + positive juice sold to our partner mental health mates. click to read more about our partnership
juice donations

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