Albums

FROGS
By Bruce Sheratt & Dhaimeler

English Texts – Published November 2003
48 pages- 71 illustrations – Size: 15,5 x 21,5 cm

A compilation of Frog paintings by the French artist Dhaimeler published on the occasion of his exhibition at Montic Gallery in Jakarta. An amazing collection of colorful contemporary designs inspired by Indonesian Frogs.

MAROC
Ink Drawings by John van der Sterren

French Text by Didier Hamel – Published April 2001
42 pages – 39 illustrations – Size 15,5 x 21,5 cm
Published on the occasion of the Exhibition of John van der Sterren in Tanger.

OLD JAKARTA
Ink Drawings by John van der Sterren

English Text by Didier Hamel – Published April 2002
42 pages – 39 illustrations – Size 15,5 x 21,5 cm

AMANJIWO & BOROBUDUR – A JOURNEY IN CENTRAL JAVA
Ink Drawings by John van der Sterren

English text by Didier Hamel – Published October 2002
42 pages – 39 illustrations – Size 15,5 x 21,5 cm

OLD SURABAYA
Charcoal Drawings by John van der Sterren

English text by Byron Black – Published April 2003
45 pages - 40 illustrations – Size 15,5 x 21,5 cm

SPLENDOURS OF ANGKOR
Charcoal Drawings by John van der Sterren

English text by Byron Black – Published January 2012
62 pages - 54 illustrations – Size 15,5 x 21,5 cm

HUGH COLLETT "Touching The Sky
English text by Hugh Collett – Published April 2003
Illustrations by Bondan

26 pages - 12 illustrations size 20 x 20 cm
Limited & Numbered edition: 100
ISBN: 978-602-9166-27-9

Hugh Collett, a New Zealander by birth, has lived and worked in Indonesia for more than 30 years. In that time his experiences and impressions have enriched his life and given him much happiness, many ideas, dreams and learning opportunities.

Seeing “kampong” children flying kites on fine breezy days reminded him of his own happy kite flying days growing up in New Zealand. However it also showed that in spite of the lure of modern technological playthings, there is still excitement and lasting pleasure to be had from the cheapest and simplest objects.

This book is dedicated to all kite fliers. May we, in whatever ways, all touch the sky!