Ulap doyo is a traditional cloth belonging to the community of Dayak Benuaq, who lives in West Kutai, East Kalimantan.
They weave their clothing using fiber extracted from the fleshy leaf of Doyo, a ground plant kind of reed which grows wild locally. Its yarn then weave with a very traditional loom, made entirely of wood and bamboo. The arrangement of ikat pattern are simple yet creates a beautiful piece of cloth.
Below are example of Ulap Doyo weaving which textiles are traditional, but made with a modern twist. Love the texture, love the simplicity!