wanara studio

About Wanara Studio

Wanara Studio, a creative studio from Bandung, Indonesia, was officially founded in October 2010 by Bima Nurin Aulan, Habibi Putranto, Dian Efendy, and Sweta Kartika,  who are alumni of the Faculty of Art and Design of the Institut Teknologi Bandung.

The term”Wanara” means “man with a monkey tail” and refers to the character in the Ramayana story with its courageous properties.  According to the Ramayana, the Wanara helped Rama to search for Sita, and also fought against Ravana, Sita’s kidnapper. Wanaras like to have fun, they are childish, playful, hyperactive, adventurous, bluntly honest, plain, loyal, courageous, and kind.

Wanara Studio’s strength lies in visual problem solving through the use of effective, communicative and innovative design, specialising in experimental projects of graphic design and illustration in the form of disposable products such as shirts, head scarves and bags.  Wanara Studio also offers graphic design and illustration services including designing brand identity, company profiles, logos, typography, web design, motion graphics, animation, digital / manual illustration and editorial design. Wanara Studio has also participated in several art exhibitions, including the exhibition “Sweet Agony” in the gallery “Artspace lo.gue” Jakarta (2011) and collaborated on a Video Mapping project “Gedung Sate” (2012).

By reflecting the values of the characters in the story of Ramayana Wanara, Wanara Studio wants to be the best Graphic Design & Illustration in Indonesia.

Wanara Studio specialises in:

  • Application design
  • Web design
  • Brand identity
  • Editorial design
  • Digital/manual illustration
  • Printed
  • Animation
  • Motion graphics

Find out more here:




Student’s CV and portfolio.

Intern Duties

Participating in graphic design, web and print projects.

Work Hours

9.00 am to 17.00 pm.

Office Attire

Casual (e.g. Polo/t-shirt, jeans, cargo shorts, sports shoes or sandals)


Jl. Tebet Dalam II no 26 A, Jakarta Selatan

Student Profiles

Chakris L. Srisuwan participated in the 2018 Creative Arts and Design Professional Practicum.

Chakris is studying a Bachelor of Arts majoring in Indonesian Studies at The University of Western Australia.

He received a $3,000 New Colombo Plan Mobility Grant to support his participation in this program. Read more here.

Chad Alley is a participant in the 2017 Creative Arts and Design Professional Practicum from the University of New South Wales.

Chad is studying a Bachelor of Media Arts.

He received a $3,000 New Colombo Plan Mobility Grant to support his participation in this program. Read more here.