WORKSHOP WEARING JARIT or TRADITIONAL LONG SKIRT. versus MODERN WAY
Dr. Ir. Indra Tjahjani willing to share about Batik History & Philosophy behind each Batik Pattern
Introducing some pattern and its philosophy behind it,
‘Sido Mukti’ (pattern) Solo style and Yogyakarta style, has the same name but different design, mostly for the bride & bridegoom, may they have a long happiness.
‘Cakar’ pattern, its a unique design using many dots, the philosophy is may the person easy to find a job and take care the family
‘Wahyu tumurun’ pattern (colored by natural dye, but usually with brownish color) , the philosophy is may the person will have a good carier.
Guess, which one is the full hand-written BATIK
Babon Angrem pattern, the philosophy : may the person take care of the family
‘Slobog’ pattern, for mourning the deceased family…the philosophy may the person who pass away easy to find the ‘way’
‘KESATRIAN pattern’ YOGYA style
example of textile with ‘HOKOKAI ‘pattern, it is NOT BATIK, because the coloring process NOT using WAX
Do not forget wash your BATIK with special soap that only for Batik or delicate fabric, such as LERAK or special Batik Cleaner, thank you Attack, thank you Evie for the Attack BATIK Cleaner.