Pointing the way to greater demand


Some of the batik designs by artisans employed by Indah Atelier. — Photos by SHAARI CHE MAT/The Star

TO FURTHER promote the art of batik as a heritage product on a global platform, Indah Atelier, which is under the Moel Group of Companies, will soon launch a “Malaysia in 100m of Batik Pointilism” campaign.

This is also in line with the company’s #myartisan global campaign to promote the work of local batik artisans in Malaysia.

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