Indonesian Batik is a time-honored tradition of creating intricate and unique art forms using a technique called Batik. Batik Found in Javanese areas and has roots dating back 2,000 years in India, Malaysia, Sri Lanka, China, and Africa.
The painstakingly manual process to create Batik consists of a wax-resist dyeing method applied to the cloth. The result is a unique, one of a kind art pieces that will become a topic of conversation for friends and guests.
Interestingly, Indonesian Batik isn’t a large-scale manufacturing process and isn’t available in stores. Creating Batik is done in a small house where one person handles all the design, dyeing, and wax applications.
Each piece (depending on size and complexity) can take a few days to a few months to complete.