Graphic Design
Talent: Andrew Jonathan

Talent: Andrew Jonathan

Andrew Jonathan is a Jakarta-based graphic designer with an extended range of services to offer – from identity to content production. The Melbourne’s RMIT University graduate currently works with Artnivora and has worked with major names such as Hotel Mulia and Gunung Agung. His works have been featured in various websites such as Lovely Package...
ADGI Jakarta: Kompas Infographic talkshow

ADGI Jakarta: Kompas Infographic talkshow

Kompas is one of the leading print media in Indonesia and regularly publishes infographics to visually support news information. Its infographics have been compiled into a book titled “Indonesia dalam Infografik“. ADGI and IAI invited Kompas infographic team to the 3.1 Design Week event to share experiences and knowledge about how infographic could respond to the problems of...
ADGI 2015 National Working Meeting [Recap]

ADGI 2015 National Working Meeting [Recap]

To socialize its new policy and programs, the Indonesian Graphic Design Association (ADGI) has held a national working meeting on February 27 to 28 at Coworkinc., Kemang, South Jakarta. The meeting was attended by ADGI members nationwide and commenced with the introduction of new ADGI’s logo and identity. A plan to launch a new website...
Ayang Cempaka Design and Paper Goods

Ayang Cempaka Design and Paper Goods

Ayang Cempaka is an Indonesian illustrator now based in Dubai, UAE. She is now focusing on her design and paper goods line, characterized by their vintage feel, bright hues, and whimsical paint strokes. More here. Images from Ayang Cempaka’s website.
Detego: Graphic Designer Wanted

Detego: Graphic Designer Wanted

Detego, a strategic branding, design and digital company located in St. Gallen, Switzerland; and Jakarta Indonesia, is looking for a new graphic designer to join the team..
Graphic Designer’s Role with Cecil Mariani

Graphic Designer’s Role with Cecil Mariani

Anyone who has been to Komunitas Salihara in South Jakarta will see that it has a strong visual identity, thanks to designer Cecil Mariani. Growing up surrounded by artworks, Cecil nurtured strong interest in graphic design which led her to study at Pelita Harapan University, followed by pursuing her master’s degree at the New York’s...
Black Hand Design: Graphic Designer Wanted

Black Hand Design: Graphic Designer Wanted

Blackhand Design, a graphic design studio with focus on branding and art direction is on the lookout for a creative, dynamic, passionate Graphic Designer to be based in Bandung..
GMK Best ( Graphic Designers / Studios ) of 2014

GMK Best ( Graphic Designers / Studios ) of 2014

Now that 2014 already ends, we wanted to take a moment to stop and reflect on some of the stellar works and people we’ve had the pleasure of featuring this past year. Enjoy these picks below..
Asean Youth Festival 2014: Xplore Nation

Asean Youth Festival 2014: Xplore Nation

Binus School of Design in cooperation with the ASEAN Secretariat present ASEAN Youth Festival 2014: Xplore Nation, which also includes the school’s annual final project exhibition Fresh n’ Brite. The five days event will explore the contribution of creative industry driven by young entrepreneurs in boosting economic development through discussions, workshops and exhibition. Asean Youth...
Atmosphere Exhibition: Recap

Atmosphere Exhibition: Recap

In late September, GMK had the opportunity to visit Serbia to participate in the Atmosphere: Trends in Indonesian Graphic Design, Illustration and Photography exhibition. The exhibition was held by Belgrade-based art production company 80|10 in partnership with GMK and supported by the Embassy of Republic Indonesia in Belgrade. Six Indonesian visual artists, graphic designers, photographers and...
Gumpita Rahayu: Update

Gumpita Rahayu: Update

I just came across Gumpita Rahayu's work yesterday and founded that he had made a new font named Metrisch..
The Greatest End: A Workshop about Your Death

The Greatest End: A Workshop about Your Death

Eric Widjaja of Thinking*Room will hold a unique workshop aiming to utilize design until the end and to alter common perception of how a funeral should be lugubrious instead of be merry. The workshop is part of DGI tour to Surabaya, East Java..

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