x IMAJI Studio

Collaborations are at the heart of our community, never doubt that a small group of thoughtful, committed people can change the world. Indeed. It is the only thing that ever has.

#iamimaji: People that Inspires

#iamimaji: Mukul Bhatia

Bali Through the Eyes of Mukul Mukul Bhatia is an Award-Winning photographer and designer whose works and vision have been lauded internationally...

Our Three-Days Getaway: Recharge, Reflect, Reenergize

Had a weekend away from the city to lift up our spirits as a team. A much needed break from the hustle bustle to recharge, reflect, and reenergize....

#iamimaji: Jazmine Wilson

Jazmine Wilson, our go-to stylist living in the paradise in Bali talks to us about her day-to-day. What inspires her and what she learned in this pandemic. From finding little treasures around her house to reminciscing of what she misses most in the pandemic, it has been a journey of self-discovery. 

#IAMIMAJI: Women Behind IMAJI

International Women’s Day 2022 Understanding Our Language   Women are strong in so many ways and there is no one definitive adjective that should b...

#imajinspires: What We Do

IMAJI Studio x APR

Jenggala Vol. II: Ruang Hidup Ruang: Room, space, Hidup: Live, Life   The saying ‘there’s always room for life’ doesn’t exist if we don’t make room...

Timeless with IMAJI

This month of August IMAJI Studio turns 6. Hearts and souls were poured into the making of IMAJI Studio in all our collections and products. The idea started with a fascination of Indonesian fabric and how it's not just an artform but also a proof of civilization. Our love for culture, art, and nature has somehow given birth to IMAJI Studio, a playground to those who see the beauty in everyday things.

Plant Parenting with IMAJI

What we can learn from being a plant-parent:

1. Propagating:

All plants start from seedlings, all our actions start from intention. Cultivate the purest intentions and manifest it into your actions.

#ImajiZeroWaste: Fabric Collage Workshop

Learn how to upcycle your fabric scraps and collage them on a plain fabric so they can be used for your totebag, home decor, or old shirts. This of...