Featured in The Telegraph’s article on Bali

A great article from The Telegraph focusing on Bali’s arts and crafts. To read the full article, click here.

Here’s what they had to say about Threads of Life:

“The crafts are often made in the rural parts of Bali, and across Indonesia. Ubud’s Threads of Life has beautiful batik and ikat sarongs that make intricate, decorative wall hangings. Profits are returned to the villages where they are made – 40 cooperatives on 11 Indonesian islands.”

The Telegraph- In Awe of Bali's Arts


A New Rangda Mask for Ubud, Bali

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Pung with the new sacred Rangda mask.

In early April this year I was working at my computer when I felt a tap on my shoulder. It was Pung, in Balinese temple wear, with a big smile on his face. “”Get dressed,”” he said. “”Come with me to the graveyard!”” What an offer! But over the years I have learned to listen when Pung makes these kinds of urgent suggestions.

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