Io Woo declares himself as a simple thinker who loves to design and create things. With a strong interest on fashion and editorial designs, Io is able to implement his creativity and technical knowledge to deliver successful projects. Kreavi page here and more stuff here.
Dia.lo.gue Artspace in Kemang is calling for young visual artists to participate in EXI(s)T project exhibition. This annual project was initiated as an incubator for artistic potential to ripe; to light an exit way from daily routine and to be exist on the map of Indonesia’s art world. EXI(s)T is not a product-oriented project as...
Okky Fachrudin is a Yogyakarta-based freelance illustrator and graphic designer open for collaboration and commission projects. His works are mostly profile with splash of colors, let us repeat, a load of colors and detailed texture. Check her Kreavi’s page here.
Young designer Dinda Septyawardhani is mad about colour. This Bandung Institute of Technology‘s graduate combines her illustration skill and wild imagination to bring her spectators and clients to a picturesque realm. Check her Kreavi‘s page here and personal Tumblr.
Looking at her bright, colorful works you might not guess that the illustrator, Lidia Puspita Dulam, often describes herself as a grumpy girl. However, there’s always hint of subtle cheekiness in most of Lidia’s amazing illustration, a kind of grim that still leaves space for manga-like euphoria. Contact here.
Besides spending her time commuting between Jakarta and Bandung, Diani Apsari makes great design and illustration. She eloquently translates her love over children, vintage and beautiful objects through her brushes. Among others, her works have been featured in ELLE and NYLON Indonesia. Diani was illustrator and graphic designer in the CONCEPT magazine and now she...
The Bandung-based illustrator, Elfandiary, continues to shape his mark on Indonesia’s visual design world with his admiringly haunting illustrations. He also introduces new cove, a glimpse to his talents, dailies and whatnot. Visit his Tumblr here .
Art initiative Kopi Keliling is calling for visual artists to participate in their seventh traveling exhibition which will be held, for the first time outside Jakarta, in Yogyakarta. The closing date for submission is on February 7 while event itself will be unfolded in April. Detail here [in Indonesian].
Tommy Chandra is a Pekanbaru-born now settles in Jakarta as illustrator focuses on character design. His architecture background could be seen from the neat line and balanced proportion in his works. Apart from being a designer, Tommy runs an interior design company, Heimlo. Contact here.
Marselin Widjaja is a all-around designer who enjoys freelancing and doing collaborative projects. This Singapore LASALLE College of the Arts-graduate explores almost every branch of design such as editorial design, packaging, illustration, experimental typography, to stop motion video. She has been featured in Behance’s Typography Served and UK-based Twofold Magazine. Portfolio here.
Bady is a Bandung based visual designer who puts focus on mobile and web user interface with huge interests on photography as well. His designs are mostly sleek and clean with touch of fun illustrations and simple font picks. More information here.
Surakarta-based illustrator Isa Indra Permana took Isa Panic Monsta as his brand name ever since he started doing commission. With focus on fashion, illustration and character design, Isa created detail and haunting artworks both for his clients and arts exhibition. Isa has been featured in TutorArt, Fur Zine and InspiredMag. He also draw the illustration...