Ombe means “drink” in Javanese.
The main concept is something bold, never ending and masculine.
So I end up with something circular, with shape that related to coffee stain under the main image.
With simplicity and one color that describe Ombe Kofie on the first place as a artistry coffee place for those who know the real taste of coffee.
Learning not to put sugar on the coffee. And I prefer a little bit of milk. 😀
Jln Pluit Sakti Raya No 117, Jakarta Utara 14450
08:00 – 17:45
Monday – Saturday
PH-Sunday 10:00 – 17:45
*All of the photo above were courtesy of Ombe Kofie.
Been working for a Christmas cards project, this time I collaborate my design with Mika doodles, to add an original children perspective of Christmas and style, and it turns out great.. what do you think :D?!
The final result for my post about The frog who lost his home .
Story by Ary Nilandari.
In this project I try to put the effort on the details, about the frog family expression, the mountain of stones that been taken away by the human, and the beauty of the ecosystem in this story. As this story are real life situation , about the rocks mining in Java, a little bit of Javanese culture is put inside the details, like the the “blangkon’ that the frog put on their head, the batik for dancing, and gamelan for the music instruments. Enjoy.. 🙂
Sketches and sketches…
:: Give our rock back!
:: Maybe we can do something…
:: From rock to rock we jump and play, from rock to rock we dance and sing!