Indonesian Batik

Author: Sylvia Fraser-Lu
Publisher: Oxford University Press, USA
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A vast archipelago noted for its varies, intricate and labour-intensive textile traditions. Contents: 1. Introduction 2. The Batik process 3. Traditional Batik clothing 4. Batik designs 5. Centres of Batik production 6. Condlusion.

Indonesian Batik Designs

Author: J. E. Jasper
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This stunning collection includes more than 200 of these highly stylized and often dramatic batik designs depicting florals, geometrics, winged creatures, and other fanciful images.

Batik Tie Dyeing Stenciling Silk Screen Block Printing

Author: Francis J. Kafka
Publisher: Courier Corporation
ISBN: 048621401X
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Indonesian Woman Applying Wax (Courtesy, Republic of Indonesia Information
Office. New York City) Fig. 87b. Indonesian Batik Workers (Courtesy, Republic oi
Indonesia ln'Formation Office, New York City) Fig. 88. Necktie Design lnfluenced
by Batik century Javanese Batik. Figs. 87a and 87b show native Indonesian
women doing batik. Design for Batik The resist substance used in batik is a
mixture of beeswax and paraffin. This is applied to the design areas. The material
is dyed ...

Batik Design

Author: Pepin van Roojen
Publisher: Pepin Press Editions
ISBN: 9789054960058
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Batik is one of the most prominent expressions of the cultural identity of the Malay world. This book traces the origins and development of the motifs and patterns used in the design of batik.

Indonesia Malaysia Relations

Author: Marshall Clark
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1317808878
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(Maulia 2009) As in Malaysia, in Indonesia batik is a generic term referring to a
process of decorating fabric by making use of a wax-resistant dyeing technique.
But, with modern advances in the textile industry, the term is also used for fabrics
incorporating traditional batik patterns that are not necessarily produced using
traditional batik techniques. Until recently, batik had a reputation for being worn
mostly by middle-aged or older Indonesians, and, even then, only at formal

Global Expressions

Author: Lisa Shepard
Publisher: Krause Publications
ISBN: 1440222177
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term “batik” (pronounced ba-TEEK) is known in all regions of the world, referring
to the process of applying wax to fabric so that the waxed areas resist the dyes,
forming one-of-a-kind designs. Batik is an Indonesian-Malaysian word that
originally described the dyeing and patterning process itself, but it is now used
interchangeably to also refer to the finished fabric. Indonesian methods and
designs represent the highest form of artistic expression through batik, which
allows fiber artists ...

Building On Batik

Author: Michael Hitchcock
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1351954229
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batik workers today are capable of fine work, they can quite easily wax Tirta's
large, bold designs. Tirta pioneered in several ways. He enlarged traditional
patterns with a few bold colours; he made batik for both clothing and home
furnishings; and he experimented with cap batik by the yard. Iwan Tirta, the best
known fashion designer in Indonesia, earned the reputation by introducing new
batik designs for costumes, such as a silk kain panjang accompanied by a very
large selendang ...

The Grove Encyclopedia Of Materials And Techniques In Art

Author: Gerald W. R. Ward
Publisher: Oxford University Press, USA
ISBN: 0195313917
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This practise probably predates the flourishing silk batik trade of the Tang period
(ad 618–907), through which batik textiles and techniques could have spread to
other parts of the world. However, the best-known batiks are produced in South-
east Asia, chiefly in Indonesia. Batik-like patterns are represented on the walls of
the Loro Longgrang Temple at Prambanan (c. ad 800) and also in sculpture.
There is an ancient tradition of rice paste resist batik cotton cloth (kain simbut) in
West ...


Author: Janet Riehecky
Publisher: Capstone
ISBN: 9780736811064
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Clothing Most Indonesians wear clothing similar to North Americans. At festivals
and weddings, they may wear the traditional clothing of their region. Traditional
clothing often features batik designs. Indonesian batik cloth is world famous. To
make batik cloth, Indonesians create a design on cloth with hot wax. They then
dip the cloth into dye. The dye cannot cover the area under the wax. The pattern
sets into the cloth. Indonesians use batik cloth to make shirts, blouses, and