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Ayip Budiman

Denpasar, Bali, Indonesia

Designer (Art Direction)

Member since May 05, 2008


  • WORLD SILENT DAY CAMPAIGN at KL DESIGN WEEK 2010

    Communication, Communication Design

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    World Silent Day (WSD) is public campaign all over the world to be held on March 21 every year as part of the global movement to reduce the impacts of the climate change to our beloved planet earth.

    WSD encourages everyone, in any place in the world to get involved by lessening their activities particularly reducing the use of motorized vehicles and energy and switching off most electronic devices for four hours only during 10.00 – 14.00 on every March 21.

    WSD was conceived prior to Climate Change Conference (COP 13 UNFCCC) in Bali, December 2007, as a contribution of the Balinese community to tackle climate change. Several non-government organizations (NGO) in Bali establish Bali Collaboration on Climate Change (BCCC) to facilitate community participation in conveying the aspiration on climate justice. BCCC is supported by other religious and cultural figures, academic and other groups in Bali.

    We at Bali Creative Community fully supports this noble cause because we believe reverberating silence for a moment, rejuvenates mother earth for a life time and saving the world impacts directly to saving human kind.

    As part to socialize the praxis of World Silent Day, Bali Creative Community has been inviting artists and art lovers a like to showcase their care and desires for the augmentation of World Silent Day through the creation of a creative media campaign every year. These artworks are then made public, and showcased to compound the importance of WSD.

    We believe that...

  • WORLD SILENT DAY FOR THE EARTH

    Environment, Environmental Design

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    Bali Collaboration for the Climate Change -known as Kolaborasi Bali - reminded communities of the World Silent Day (WSD), in Denpasar. WSD to be conducted every March 21 is one of the efforts to reduce the impacts of the climate change and respond to the international conference on climate change held in Bali last December 2007.

    After the conference in December 2007, Kolaborasi Bali with the world community that are concerned about climate change, conducted the first WSD last March 21 2008, by appealing the public to reduce the use of the electronics for four hours, at 10,00-14,00 local time and the next day, followed by giving tree saplings to babies born in this date. In addition, Kolaborasi Bali also organized some workshops and discussions about climate change with several community groups and the professionals since August 2007.

    On October 15, 2008 Kolaborasi Bali organized an event to report back to the public about its activities and provide information about various responses to WSD.

    This event that was opened for the public from all ages, also included a story telling session for children, with the topic “Climate Change and World Silent Day”, followed by film screening, slide show reporting WSD 2008, and launching of the new website. The World Silent Day appreciation was symbolically awarded to volunteers and participants of the program.

    Through this public accountability session, Kolaborasi Bali wanted to inform the Balinese community, especially in Denpasar...

  • VILLAGE ECOTOURISM NETWORK

    Community, Environmental Design

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    Journey for a powerful impact on people, culture & the environment

    Welcome to JED Bali’s only ecotourism network

    Jaringan Ekowisata Desa – or ‘Village Ecotourism Network’– was grown from seeds planted by hands from four villages scattered across Bali. JED is an invitation to the world to meet Bali as the Balinese know and love it.

    Take a break from the tourist routines, expand your travel horizons and give something back to Bali. From the lush, earthy aromas of the forest to the rush of garlic and chili in the kitchen… from floating silently above a seaweed farm to stepping through the gates of an ancient fortress… come and see what happens when tourism really is ‘by and for’ the people

    JED Background

    JED was launched in 2002 in response to the problematic mass tourism trends in Bali. It was designed and is owned by the communities of four Balinese villages. They are: Kiadan Pelaga, Dukuh Sibetan, Tenganan Pegeringsingan and Ceningan Island – with the administrative help of the Wisnu Foundation, one of Bali’s oldest environmental NGOs.

    Principles of JED

    • JED is planned and managed by the community in each village. • Local of each village are employed for all guiding, cooking and accommodation provision in the villages. • The funds generated through JED tourism activities support community development and environmental conservation activities. • JED trips are designed to have minimal impact on the local environment. • JED aims to strengthen t...

  • VILLAGE ECOTOURISM NETWORK

    Community, Environmental Design

    Jed-tenganan1_177_

    Journey for a powerful impact on people, culture & the environment

    Welcome to JED Bali’s only ecotourism network

    Jaringan Ekowisata Desa – or ‘Village Ecotourism Network’– was grown from seeds planted by hands from four villages scattered across Bali. JED is an invitation to the world to meet Bali as the Balinese know and love it.

    Take a break from the tourist routines, expand your travel horizons and give something back to Bali. From the lush, earthy aromas of the forest to the rush of garlic and chili in the kitchen… from floating silently above a seaweed farm to stepping through the gates of an ancient fortress… come and see what happens when tourism really is ‘by and for’ the people

    JED Background

    JED was launched in 2002 in response to the problematic mass tourism trends in Bali. It was designed and is owned by the communities of four Balinese villages. They are: Kiadan Pelaga, Dukuh Sibetan, Tenganan Pegeringsingan and Ceningan Island – with the administrative help of the Wisnu Foundation, one of Bali’s oldest environmental NGOs.

    Principles of JED

    • JED is planned and managed by the community in each village. • Local of each village are employed for all guiding, cooking and accommodation provision in the villages. • The funds generated through JED tourism activities support community development and environmental conservation activities. • JED trips are designed to have minimal impact on the local environment. • JED aims to strengthen ...

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    We, members of community from various sectors, support sustainable development and the philosophy of harmony with nature;

    We realize that threat of global warming that leads to climate change with potential devastating impacts on humans, and even predicted to create 200 millions climate refugees;

    We are confident that the Indonesian Archipelago (Nusantara) heritage of wisdom, which deems the earth, water and air with the Earth’s inhabitants as sacred, is a national and world resource to combat climate change;

    We see that one of the Indonesia heritage of wisdom is Trihitakarana philosophy from Bali that governs a harmonious relationship of human being with God, human being with another human being, and human being with nature – this can be a basis for sustainable development; and one of the practical implementations of Trihitakarana is the Nyepi or Silent Day conducted for 24 hours in Bali;

    We estimate that during Nyepi, the CO2 emission reduction in Bali is at the minimum of 20 thousands tons because motor cycles, cars and airplanes cease to operate; And the National Electricity can save at least 3 billion rupiahs at that day.

    We hope this idea is a contribution towards green house gas emission reduction post 2012;

    We launch the “Bhisama Bali” (Bali Declaration) on Nyepi (Silent) Day for the Earth, with a call:

    1. For the delegates to UN Climate Change Conference agree on a Bali Roadmap that emphasizes climate justice; effectively implements the commitments of de...

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My Interests

  • Industrial Design
  • Environmental Design
  • Communication Design
  • Fashion Design
  • Audio/Visual Design