Devy Ferdianto

Founder / Managing Director / Master Printer

Devfto was pioneered by Devy Ferdianto, a print master and artist with more than 30 years of experience. Devy, who was born in West Java in 1968 is an Institute of Technology in Bandung (ITB) graduate, who also studied in institutions in Germany and Canada. Devy has lectured and freelanced his skills and knowledge to academics and organizations throughout the country. In 2019 Devy decided to follow a dream he had long cherished and left to Bali to start his own printmaking institute. In September 2021 Devfto studio became a reality.

 

The studio is supported by talented emerging artists

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Made Dewa Johana

Made Dewa Johana

artist / studio head

Made Dewa Johana is a young artist who has been exploring printmaking art since University. Many of his early works are constructs of linocut and carborundum print techniques. In the last of couple of years, Johana started to develop his works using old archive photos, fusing them into print works with a combination of relief, intaglio and cyanotype. Through this process, Johana’s works look into the realm of preservations.

Army

Army

marketing manager

I Gusti Ngurah Agung Pramana Wibawa

I Gusti Ngurah Agung Pramana Wibawa

artist / studio staff

Agung Pramana is currently still studying at the UPMI Fine Arts study program. Interested in the art of printing since around the beginning of 2018, he started experimenting with graphic design. His works often look unique, playing with image distortion, the use of halftone dot finishing, harmonious object composition and graphic breathability.

Aryatama Nugraha

Aryatama Nugraha

artist / studio staff

Born in October 15th 1996 and graduated majoring in visual and communication design. Arya currently lives and works in Bali. His passion for self-taught experimentation, especially in mulberry papermaking. brought him to be one of the best paper makers in the area. His mulberry paper (daluang) is recognized to be one of the finest in Bali and is currently being used by print and painting artists in Bali.