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Batik Parang is one of the oldest batik pattern in Indonesia, existed since the days of the palace of Mataram Kartasura, derived from the word “Pereng” which means the slopes. Perengan depicits a descending line from high to low diagonally. The composition of the pattern “S” intertwine not symbolizes the unbroken continuity. The basic shapes of the letter “S” is taken from ocean waves that illustrates the spirit that never goes out.
As a three-sided polygon, the triangle represents number three which is meaningful to many groups. As such, triangles and other symbols made of three parts may be used to present such concepts as past, present, and future or spirit, mind and body.
Regular Hexagons. A hexagon is an example of polygon, or a shape with many sides. Hex is a Greek prefix which means ‘six’. A regular hexagon is convex, meaning that the points of the hexagon all point outward.
The stripes pattern represents a simple yet sporty one for those who like the art of simplicity.
Kawung is one of the oldest batik pattern that known in Java since the 13th century. Consisting of a four lobed stylized flower, based on the Areca Palm blossom, it originally worn only by the Sultan and his family and was one of the forbidden batik pattern for the general population, because it was linked with power, wisdom and justice and was thought to imbue these qualities to the wearer. The simplicity of the design reflects the idea of a structured universe, the visual representation of four directions and the four classical elements of earth, fire, air and water.