Batik Duplex LPL - Batik Indonesia

"Batik Dua Muka Hermawan" "Batik Duplex LPL" is a PATENTED Batik Technique and Authentic Products from Indonesia...Expertise and specialized in Batik Indonesia

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Monday, January 14, 2008

What is Batik?

Batik has been both an art and a craft for centuries. In Java, Indonesia, batik is part of an ancient tradition, and some of the finest batik cloth in the world is still made there.

Contemporary batik, while owing much to the past, is markedly different from the more traditional and formal styles. For example, the artist may use etching, discharge dyeing, stencils, different tools for waxing and dyeing, wax recipes with different resist values and work with silk, cotton, wool, leather, paper or even wood and ceramics.

Batik is historically the most expressive and subtle of the resist methods. The ever widening range of techniques available offers the artist the opportunity to explore a unique process in a flexible and exciting way..

Melted wax is applied to cloth before being dipped in dye. It is common for people to use a mixture of bees wax and paraffin wax. The bee's wax will hold to the fabric and the paraffin wax will allow cracking, which is a characteristic of batik. Wherever the wax has seeped through the fabric, the dye will not penetrate. Sometimes several colors are used, with a series of dyeing, drying and waxing steps.

1.Thin wax lines are made with a canting needle, a wooden handled tool with a tiny metal cup with a tiny spout, out of which the wax seeps. Other methods of applying the wax onto the fabric include pouring the liquid wax, painting the wax on with a brush, and applying the hot wax to precarved wooden or metal wire block and stamping the fabric.

2.After the last dyeing, the fabric is hung up to dry. Then it is dipped in a solvent to dissolve the wax, or ironed between paper towels or newspapers to absorb the wax and reveal the deep rich colors and the fine crinkle lines that give batik its character.

3.The invention of the copper block or cap developed by the Javanese in the 20th century revolutionised batik production. It became possible to make high quality designs and intricate patterns much faster than one could possibly do by hand-painting.

4.Indonesian batik used for clothing normally has an intricate pattern. The traditional ones carry natural colors while the contemporary ones have more variety of color. Some batik may be mystic-influenced, but very rarely used for clothing. Some may carry illustrations of animals and people.

5.Most traditional batik was mass-produced so a pattern would be made onto a stamp and printed directly onto the fabric. This is opposed to more recent batik artwork, where it is very much one artist and his own personal piece of work.


  • Elliott, Inger McCabe. (1984) Batik : fabled cloth of Java photographs, Brian Brake ; contributions, Paramita Abdurachman, Susan Blum, Iwan Tirta ; design, Kiyoshi Kanai. New York : Clarkson N. Potter Inc., ISBN 0517551551
  • Fraser-Lu, Sylvia.(1986) Indonesian batik : processes, patterns, and places Singapore : Oxford University Press. ISBN 0195826612
  • Doellah, H.Santosa. (2003). Batik : The Impact of Time and Environment, Solo : Danar Hadi. ISBN 9799717310

Thursday, December 27, 2007

Penemu Batik Dua Muka (Batik Duplex) akan menerima Penghargaan MURI (Museum Rekor-Dunia Indonesia) pada tahun 2008 Mendatang

Penemu sekaligus periset authentic Batik Dua Muka (Batik Duplex LPL) -patented technique and products , Bapak Ig. Hermawan Lim, akan menerima penghargaan MURI (Museum Rekor - Dunia Indonesia) pada tahun 2008 mendatang. Penghargaan ini telah disepakati dan akan dianugerahkan kepada beliau atas jasa dan dedikasinya dalam menemukan penemuan teknik duplex printing yang tidak hanya unik melainkan juga bermanfaat besar bagi dunia perbatikan INDONESIA. Setelah sekian lama, batik Indonesia terhambat kemajuannya, bahkan ironis diakui sebagai tradisi dan "item" dari negara-negara lain, Sekaranglah saatnya Batik Indonesia untuk MAJU dan membuktikan bahwa Batik memang Asli milik orang Indonesia.
Marilah kita berbangga bahwa teknik terserbut ditemukan oleh Warga Negara Indonesia.

Sunday, December 23, 2007