Folding greeting card at her home studio
Making brooches and earrings at her home studio



The artist behind Dindi Art is Dinda Shaw, called "Dindi" by her friends. Curly & twirly strokes are her signature. Her tools are coloured pencils,

water colours and art markers. After many years working in Graphic Design industry, finally she found her calling in creating beautiful things from her illustrations.

In 2016 Dindi decided to take a leap of faith by studying Podiatry in the University of Brighton (UK). After 3 years of hard work, Dindi now is a qualified podiatrist and working for NHS Berkshire.



Where are your products made?

Yes, they are made in her humble little home studio in Maidenhead. All the cards are printed in small batches with love and tears, rather than mass-produced in a factory.

(Tears from her husband because he is her free labour - work, work and work no pay).

All jewellery, teapot mats and coasters are also handcrafted individually by her in her studio.

All of her products are home made with love :)


Why you have to buy her products?

Because they are SUPER UNIQUE (HA HA HA)

Earth friendly. The envelopes are 100% recycled paper.

The papers are at least 50% recycled.

(Except the cello bags)


How did she get your twirly and curly strokes inspiration?

It just happened naturally. It is the way she was doodling when she was little.


Where does she sell her products?

She was a stallholder at St Kilda Esplanade Market every Sunday, Melbourne, Australia.

She moved to England in June 2016 and now she is selling her products through ETSY,

search "Dindi Studio@.


Where is she from?

For everyone who is curious what country is Dindi from?

She is from Indonesia, East Jakarta precisely :D

She is an alumna of:

Universitas Pelita Harapan - Bachelor of Design in Visual and Communication

RMIT University - Master of Advertising

University of Brighton - Podiatry Bsc (Hons)



My market stall setting @ Queen Victoria Market - Art & Craft.


Dindi Art stall at Queen Victoria Market
Greeting Cards by Dindi Art
3D framed pictures
St Kilda Esplanade Melbourne Australia

My last day as a stallholder @ st kilda esplanade market, melbourne

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