Check this collaboration between illustrator Diela Maharani and fashion designer Mel Ahyar for Mel’s Spring/Summer 2015 collection. The line took its inspiration from the vibrant colors of South Sumatra’s fabrics and accessories:
Check these marvelous works of Anca Sangadji, designer at Rise, a subsidiary of Lowe & Partners, in Jakarta. More here.
National Institute of Technology (ITENAS) is a college institution which has 13 department diverse in vision, missions, achievements and wide range of specifics capabilities. Every entities of department is unify each other and shape ITENAS course of identities for stakeholders. A fine anonymous group consist of Kresna Dwitomo, Trie Hutomo Herlambang, Niluh Christin, Turangga Sukandar,...
Cahya Sofyan, a graphic designer focus on typography and illustration. I'm really impressed with his project, called Things To Do, the self promotion of him self, which you can see below..
As a friend and colleague of mine, Sandy Solihin is one of the most persistent indonesian illustrator. He always seems pushing forward his techniques to rich expression of digital painting. We’ve reviewed some of sandy’s work before, and it was great!. The significance is, what i can see, is the use of brown/copper/bronze like colors....
Check these amazing gourmet illustrations of Parahyangan Catholic University’s Architecture student, Talenna Fedrian. Find more of hers here.
Rully Prayogi, alias Elmondo, is a Bandung-based 2D graphic designer and illustrator who claims to have an obsession with horror and weird characters..
Marendra Suryaningtyas aka Kingcula collaborates with shoemaker Havehad Footwear for their essential line, Cameo. In the process, Marendra was inspired by Mali traditional culture and colors identical to the West African nation.
Super detailed illustration by I Wayan Krishnanda Adipurba, an illustrator based in Ubud Bali. Check out more of his works here.
Gema Semesta is a Jakarta-based designer, currently work with LeBoYe Design. Belis, Javanese for ghost, was Gema’s final project in college in which he translated 17 Indonesian mythical creatures into striking illustrations.
The Asian Creatives book features 150 must-see creators from Asia and interviews with key figures leading the creative scenes of ten Asian countries. Indonesia is represented by LeBoYe‘s Hermawan Tanzil who shared his thoughts on the current state of the country’s creative scene. Among those whose works selected in the bilingual book are Sandy Karman,...