September, 2017 - Kintsugi Gifts' red bowl has been featured in the September print and web edition of US Weekly Magazine in an article entitled "These Eclectic Travel-Inspired Home Decor Accessories Will Stoke Your Wanderlust". Inspired by a Brittney Spears trip to Japan.
August, 2017 - Kintsugi Gifts' owner Paul Pustelnik demonstrated the Kintsugi method of broken ceramic repair for an Intervaristy Press video promoting the book "Mending the Divides" .
February, 2017 - Kintsugi Gifts' blue bowl was chosen to represent the Japanese broken ceramic art of Kintsugi for author Rachel Goldsmith Turow and publisher W. W. Norton & Company book "Mindfulness Skills for Trauma and PTSD: Practices for Recovery and Resilience" .
August, 2016 - Kintsugi Gifts' owner Paul Pustelnik demonstrated the Kintsugi method of broken ceramic repair for use in Awana® Clubs International 2017 Worldwide Youth Ministry Curriculum video "Suffering and Healing" .
May, 2015 - Kintsugi Gifts' owner Paul Pustelnik was featured in global online publication One World News, whose mission is to create a window for readers every morning, bringing a fresh, crisp and joyful message to make the day ahead a cheerful one. In the article titled "The Art of Broken Pieces" , Kintsugi artist Paul Pustenik explains his views on this uplifting and hopeful art. He elaborates on how it is a metaphor for dealing with the times we feel broken in life.