This image illustrates the traditional form of art “Kintsukuroi” which describes the repair of broken pottery with hot, liquid gold or a similiar valuable material. By this, the worth of of the pottery increases, eventhough it was broken in the first place.
I transferred that concept to diffrent ideas, one of them was the heart. Asking the question: Can a broken and healed/ repaired (metaphorical) heart be of more worth than before the break?

This image illustrates the traditional form of art “Kintsukuroi” which describes the repair of broken pottery with hot, liquid gold or a similiar valuable material. By this, the worth of of the pottery increases, eventhough it was broken in the first place.

I transferred that concept to diffrent ideas, one of them was the heart. Asking the question: Can a broken and healed/ repaired (metaphorical) heart be of more worth than before the break?