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Bulan Project's third issue is based on the ancient mystical text of the i Ching — the book of changes, associated with the Zhou dynasty around 1050 BC. It's about change and chance, and it all starts by asking a question:
This design was crafted through an all-natural process of hand-waxing and hand-dying by a group of Batik artisans in Bali.
Bulan Project is grateful to the collaborators who brought Issue No. 3 to life with thoughtfulness and a deep respect for craft — Jared Erondu, Joshua Sortino, Jeremy Goldberg, Johannes Ma and Tieshun Roquerre.