"Repair is Beautiful" by Brazilian designer Paulo Goldstein focuses on repairing broken objects from a craftsperson’s eye. The project began with the idea of solving frustration. A broken object delivers frustration because it doesn’t achieve its functionality. Paulo explains, "The project aims to give back this feeling of control – by scaling down a major society problem to a human size and projecting frustration upon broken objects that can be repaired through design and craftsmanship. The final outcome is a collection of intriguingly repaired objects imbued with new meaning and functionality. "