Postcard | Noesa
This postcard series contains 4 different modified photographs of Indonesian women combined with fluorescent screen-printed ink indonesian ornament.
List of photographs
Two women on a loom by Woodbury & Page. Taken from the album called “Faces of Java”
Studio portrait of Ronggeng with musicians by Ali S. Cohan. 1880 - 1910.
Groepsportret van vijf jonge halfnaakte Indische vrouwen, mogelijk op Sumatra. c. 1895 - c. 1905
Nine women with sarung, Malang. by Neville Keasberry. 1900 - 1935
Noesa is a studio that creates with Indonesian traditional art. Currently, we twirl and tie traditional motifs and colors from ikat Sikka, Maumere, a small town in Flores, East Nusa Tenggara. From it, we curate segments from the traditional patterns and present them in new color combinations, creating products that will spice up your unique look. We have created functional fashion products for your daily wear.
We proudly work with local Indonesian artisans, upholding social responsibility with fair remuneration. By purchasing Noesa products, you will be wearing high-quality sustainable fashion, directly supporting the development and continuation of the cultural legacy.
- Rub gently with a clean, damp cloth or sponge
- Use cold water and mild soap
- Do not immerse in water
- Rub gently with a clean, dry cloth or sponge
- Do not clean with water, soap, solvent or stain removers
- Polish leather with an approved leather cream