If you’re tired of plain, old massage techniques like, Shiatsu, Swedish, Thai, and Deep Tissue, perhaps you should try something new: Snake therapy. Bali Heritage Reflexology and Spa in Jakarta, Indonesia includes pythons in their massage therapy services. They place the snakes on your back while you lie down on the massage bed.
Shark Bay Films shot this fascinating five-minute vid featuring some strange, strange, strange real-life sea beasts from Indonesia’s Lembeh Strait you don’t ever want to mess with. The hideous-looking brainless and blind worm that drags fish underground is the stuff of nightmares, and I can see how Aphex Twin’s Richard D James, whose face has […]
Indonesian artist Veri Apriyatno has drawn himself into eternity. His hyperirealistic art is extremely detailed and well thought out. He creates illusions similar to those of M.C. Escher except with more personality and humor. At first glance, it’s honestly hard to tell if it’s only drawings or if Apriyatno is actually standing next to his […]
You don’t want to cross these feathered little guys. They’re real tough customers. Or at least, that’s the way things seem in these humorous photos by Indonesian photographer Sijanto Sijanto. These shots capture the perfect moment when the little birdies are at their angriest. If they could speak, we’d hear tiny chirps of “Hey Bro, […]
By Sara in New Illustration on Friday 14 September 2012
Ketut kusuma’s [Kei] drawings are magnificent. Despite his young age and being self-taught, his works are literally like an old masterpiece mixed with contemporary art. Exquisite beyond words.
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The last thing we expected to stumble across on Gili Trawangan was a boutique vintage clothing store. But tucked away from the main drag are some of the best vintage threads we’ve seen in a while. Vintage Delivery Store is the creation of Swedish couple Natalie and Johnny and their adorable 2 ½ year old son Noah, who sold their two vintage stores back home to relocate to the island of Gili Trawangan in Lombok, Indonesia, in search of an alternative lifestyle.
Hengki Koentjoro was born in Semarang, Central Java, Indonesia, in 1963. He is a graduate of the Brooks Institute of Photography in Santa Barbara, California where he majored in film. He now lives in Jakarta where he specializes in fine art photography both underwater and on land.
The US Government has recently authorized a bill that allows eligible countries to trade debt for forest conservation pledges. Indonesia is one of the first to take advantage of the program, having the total of their US$30 million forgiven in exchange for conservation. This is the largest agreement for conservation ever reached. The agreement mandates […]
The coolest band in Indonesia? I think so. White Shoes & The Couples Company describe themselves as a small band that is ‘influenced by Indonesian movie soundtracks from the 70s and inspired by the acoustic spirit of 1930′s classic jazz musicians’. But I like to think of them as carrying the torch for artists like […]