Ulur Wiji aspire to show local products from Indonesia have high value, ethically made and eco-friendly fashion, arts and cultural heritage. We care about empowerment of local wisdom. We have a big dream that someday through Ulur Wiji we can work together by empowering more young people and also mothers to create various kinds of products which needed by society but still comply with eco-friendly principles.
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Participated in a collective art submission calling for artists to decorate a maple leaf with ancestral methods of design. Excitingly, we’re marking another first milestone and offering satellite workshops in Toronto.
This year, 4/20 falls during the holy month of Ramadan and we're celebrating this unique intersection with a limited run of naturally dyed batik cannabis leaf bandana with 100% of the profits donated to Cannabis Amnesty.
Batik tulis, or "handwritten" batik, is designed using a canting. This pen-like tool features a wooden handle, a copper container that holds the wax which connects to a copper spout that is used to draw the motif.