Batik Fractal Shop

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Announcement   Batik Fractal Ready To Wear Collections, 2012.


Batik Fractal Ready To Wear Collections, 2012.

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From Traditional Art to Modern Complexity

It started in 2005 by coincidence by three best friends, one from design, one from mathematic, and other from business at a coffee shop in Bandung, Indonesia.

All share their fascination on fractal; a branch of mathematic that involves beautiful, intricate pattern grown from iteration.

It also happens that we love "batik", a traditional pattern from Indonesia that adorned kings of Java for centuries. It is
created with traditional process that involves a resist-dye process using hot wax that applied painstakingly onto fabric.

While sipping coffee, we see similarities between batik pattern and fractal, and after researching about 300 patterns we find out that batik is fractal. We published a paper about it in 2007. We also create a software, called jBatik, to generate batik patterns from fractal.

Batik Fractal now becomes a product and a brand (Batik Fractal Indonesia) born from an innovation, .
We create batik patterns using fractal formula on jBatik Software, and then apply them into fabric with traditional batik process with batik artisans.

Our software generatively creates batik patterns. Combined with a hand-made process for batik and modern design in our fashion line, it will bring out a contemporary batik of Indonesia.


Shop members

  • Luki

    Maker, Designer, Chief Design Officer

    Fascinated by complexity theory, and enjoy simple everyday objects.

  • Frans


    Frans is an accountant who decided to become a designer. He is in charge of Fashion and Accessories designs of Batik Fractal collections.

  • Dimas


    Dimas is in charge of jBatik software which use to design all Batik Fractal patterns

  • Yun


    Yun is in charge of all mathematical research behind Batik Fractal

  • Ghifar


    With Dimas, Ghifar is also in charge for making the best software to design Batik Fractal patterns

  • Kiki


    Kiki is in charge for Batik Fractal product design and also for software user interfaces design

  • Nancy


    Nancy is in charge to sell the products

  • Piksel Indonesia


    The company

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