By choosing sustainable and organic products, We believe that you can impact positively, not only to your own health and well-being but also of the whole environment and your loved ones.
Enigma Art Textile or better known as Enigma is a Hand Made Indonesian Natural Textile in contemporary look, influenced by the affection between Art and Textile, founded in late 2016.
All the fabric is made by 100% Organic Fiber with the process of handwork by Indonesian master artisan in Central Java and Bali where our textile is made with traditional technique one at a time (Hand Weaving in contemporary and traditional designs, Batik, Tie Dye, Hand Painting, Screen Printing, etc). We do this by producing less with small batch manners. As such we are hand-made, there may be variations in size, colors, thickness, etc. This gives each product a unique and meaningful look and is part of the story and branding of Enigma brand. Our textile that have been processed through our artisan then we create into textile products such as Apparel and Accessories.
Developing Circles of Sustainability is part of a larger project called ‘Circles of Social Life’ where we are related one to another on this community and environment to be better.
This is one of our mission to keep these circles of sustainability.
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We really appreciate manual work because there is a process of imperfection and a soul that is transferred to each product. Hand made work have a soul of their own, it gives a humanist value.
We do this by producing less with small batch manners. Carefully select every natural materials, maintain every process by our own eyes and hand (also heart) and resulting in functional and multipurposes refined goods.
Also, to the packaging itself are all plant based.
Natural dyes are pretty when their aged too!
Working together closely we are able to listen them more, and eventually making collaborative environment becomes a family tradition for us. Enigma hopes to celebrate and encourage the artisans and makers who have dedicated their live’s work to honoring craftsmanship, textile, tradition, and the local arts/community.