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Two designers from different countries on different continents are linked in their respect for the Japanese kimono. Globterotter's Bere Wangge takes a look at the designers Wafrica and T-Kimono.
Micro Galleries is set to arrive in Jakarta October 6th - they're turning a couple corners of the city into an active art gallery. We chatted with the curators about the two-week, open-air festival landing this weekend.
Someone we've had on our radar for some time. Jakarta based by way of Jogjakarta Django blesses us with some gems for vol.4 of our sound traveler mix series.
Edun finds a new home for African crafts in New York City.
The pair stopped by to encourage homegrown inspiration (and to reveal a few true feelings about Supreme).
The women of the Dialita choir sing their way through persistent prejudice and stigma: spreading a message of compassion and understanding for victims of Indonesia's sordid past.
A rare International Stüssy Tribe Gathering is about to happen in Bali!
The hip hop group to make a stop in Berkeley.
A band of musicians from across Africa to perform at a 12-hour festival in Hanoi.
Two countries come together in a festival that features performances by Afrikan Boy, Paranoid London and Thomas Bullock from UK, and Direct Action and Jonathan Kusuma from Indonesia.