The Sisik Langit Ikat motif of the Dayak people of Indonesian West Borneo.
According to the weavers of Rumah Betang of Sintang, West Borneo, the motifs on this ikat called “Tisik langit/Sisik langit” and Merinjan. The Tisik langit
YOU THINK THIS IS A MUSEUM QUALITY PIECE?? YOU ARE KIDDING ME!!!
It aches my heart when I find a textile sold online with false information, cheating potential buyers with misleading details. The victims are usually textile
LET’S SUPPORT SLOW TEXTILE PRODUCTION, AND HELP SAVE OUR PLANET
LET’S SUPPORT SLOW TEXTILE PRODUCTION, AND HELP SAVE OUR PLANET. Keeping the textile production going is great, but equally important to keep the textile culture
FALLING IN LOVE WITH WEST SUMBA IKAT TRADITIONAL TEXTILES
The first time I saw Mamuli Earrings, was In Branly – Jacques Chirac Museum Paris many years ago, where they display hundreds of Indonesian Antique
Ulos Ragi Harangan, a family heirloom
I am a Batak (Bataks are Indonesian tribe from around Lake Toba of North Sumatra), so I do have a lot of Ulos (Ulos is
REMEMBERING R.A.KARTINI, THE WOMEN I LOOK UP TO, MY HEROINE!!
R.A Kartini (info about her here https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kartini) started the campaign to defend women’s rights in Indonesia, through education, and to show your appreciation and respect for
MEMORIES OF ROTE NDAO, FROM A VISIT IN SEPTEMBER 2016
My lovely friend Olvira Ballo, who also the Program Manager of our small charity, Connect Indonesia (www.connectindonesia.org), is originated from Rote island. Olvira (I call