Batik Process – Artisans at Work – Color Island

Batik art has been around for over 2000 years, and is especially popular and developed to a sophisticated level in Java Island, Indonesia.

It is an art made through a many stage process which involves drawing a design in hot wax then hand-dying. This process repeated for every color, then dipping in boiling water to removing the wax.

UNESCO (2009): Indonesian Batik is a Preserved Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity.

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7 Replies to “Batik Process – Artisans at Work – Color Island”

  1. How beautiful! I am surprised that batik doesn't cost more; with all the talent and hard work that goes into the beautiful designs…what a treasure!

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