Tag Archive: indonesian

A – Z Indonesia Inspired Font

The booklet caught my eyes with its combination of unusual colours and traditional pattern. If you have been following me for a while you’d know that I am into illustrated A-Z s books,… Continue reading

Dita & Zulfy – Cemprut & Uhkz – Cool Indonesians

One of the things I love to look for going to urban areas are the Murals or what some may say grafitti. I don’t think I have actually seen good ones in Jakarta… Continue reading

Wita Puspita – Design is Yay – Cool Indonesian

This time around I found Wita when I was trawling through Instagram pics of Totoro. Weird I know, but I thought “hmm this girl has similar interest to me”. Sure enough when I… Continue reading

Martha Puri Natasande – Ideku Handmade – Cool Indonesian

As I mentioned before, I found a lot of Indonesian talents on instagram, now this next lady is not only a talented illustrator, but also a gifted crafter and businesswoman. She design, draws,… Continue reading

An unlikely to have happened question

Inspired by other Indonesian bloggers about the silly questions that they got by their fellow countrymen/women, I thought I share mine. One of the questions or maybe just verbal wondering that people say… Continue reading

Kampuang Nan Jauh Di Mato – West Sumatran Traditional song

When I was drawing these West Sumatran traditional houses, Rumah Gadang, my intepretation anyway, I kept singing this song in my head. Called Kampuang nan Jauh di Mato, this is in Padangnese, not… Continue reading

Fenty Anggreta – Cool Indonesian Illustrator

It was a “ D’oh “ Homer-style moment, when I realise that instagram is where everyone seems to be. When I say everyone, I mean loads of Indonesian Cool Illustrators are. Obviously I… Continue reading

Coconut Water – Air Kelapa

Lunch time and I am drinking coconut water. Last year I have seen a growth of these sold in the supermarkets here. It started out to be sold only in healthy food shops,… Continue reading

Sunday Conversations – Souvenirs

In an attempt to show more of who I am, I have been wearing batik dresses every other day. (For those unaware of my previous post, I was accused of being Slovenian). This… Continue reading

Sunday Conversation – on the subject of my origin

Sometimes people say ‘how was your holiday home to Malaysia?’ Despite the fact that I told them where I am from and constantly mentioning it. I think people in England are more likely… Continue reading

Martabak Indonesian Street Food

Browsing through They Draw & Cook, one of my favourite sites, I found this of Martabak (Mar tha bha k). The drawing is by Matahari Indonesia (Indonesia’s sun) what a lovely name. Martabak… Continue reading

Seroja – Friday Photo

Seroja is Indonesian for Lotus, did you know that Lotus is a different flower from water lilies? I didn’t know until my uncle told me. He also told me that Lotus has taller… Continue reading

Indonesian Paper Toys – Faisal Azad – Creative Indonesian

A year ago I found the work of Faizal Azad on Salazad. He is into illustrating, designing and creating his own paper toys. The cool thing about his work is he creates paper… Continue reading

Friday picture – Overload

Happy Friday! Indonesian Vegetable Seller – This culture has changed slightly, when I was growing up they used to do this on a push-cart on a wheel. This new method looks more dangerous,… Continue reading

Nita Darsono – Cool Indonesian Illustrator

Wow, when I get started I can’t believe how many I have found. I really thought I would find a handful of good illustrators from Indonesia. This shows that Ignorance is not bliss,… Continue reading

Driving – Crazy Things Indonesian do

Driving is one of the craziest things about Indonesians. Here are tips on how to drive like an Indonesian. In traffic jams do not leave any gaps between you and the car in… Continue reading

Weasels and Goats – the coffee lovers

Following my post on Collision coffee,  so why haven’t Indonesian invented some kind of filter? did coffee come from Indonesia? where did come from? If not do they have a traditional filter in… Continue reading