Modern Kintsugi B*obie Cups

The Breast Cancer Foundation relies on donations, sponsors and fundraising activities to run various programmes and services. We are pledging 15% of our proceeds to BCF.


Breast Cancer Awareness 2021

We are back with our yearly affair to raise funds for Breast Cancer awareness!

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[Workshop] The Healing Art of Modern Kintsugi

A workshop inspired by the philosophy of Kintsugi.

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Our Kintsugi Journey

Read the creative process behind our Kintsugi-inspired works in this article.

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Every {body} + Accessories Collection

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Beautifully Broken Earrings

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Beautifully Broken Home-decors

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B*obie Cups for Breast Cancer Awareness

About Gold & Behold

Our founder, Winnie, discovered crafting as a creative outlet to heal from depression in 2017.

After dabbling into concrete, resin and Jesmonite, Winnie is now a Modern Kintsugi & mixed-medium artist at The Artling.

Winnie advocates about mental wellness through her Modern Kintsugi works and workshops. She also provides Modern Kintsugi restoration services as she believes that every piece of memory should be held on to and cherished.

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Kintsugi Workshop

From Broken to Golden

Beautifully broken, meticulously mended.

Our works are inspired by the philosophy of Kintsugi –– a metaphor for embracing flaws and imperfections.

You will find a smorgasbord of pieces reflecting our self-discovery and personal healing ranging form earrings to homewares.

Unique & Experimental Kintsugi Pieces

As a curious creative, we pride ourselves in creating one-of-a-kind, never-seen-before pieces inspired by the philosophy of Kintsugi.

We are the 1st and only artist in Singapore to incorporate the Kintsugi philosophy with mixed medium, resulting in unique accessories and homewares.

Upcycling through Modern Kintsugi

In society's relentless pursuit of perfection and throwaway culture, we are mindful that flawed & defective goods, though not broken, will risk being thrown away.

Thus, we repurpose these defective objects by applying the philosophy of Kintsugi to breathe a new lease of life to them.

The Healing Art of Modern Kintsugi

Through our Modern Kintsugi practice, we discovered that the philosophy of Kintsugi allows us to discuss life and mental wellness tangibly, providing a meditative art form.

Received my tray! Love it so much. Will use it soon for video and shoots :) :)

Barbara Fritschy Founder & Creative Director of make room

It's like a piece of art. My hair literally stand when I opened the box.

Shermaine.Y Co-founder of The Wildest Dreams Co