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the project was about either making something new or remaking the old games. i remade a playing card game from hasbro named monopoly deal. the vi… Read More
the project was about either making something new or remaking the old games. i remade a playing card game from hasbro named monopoly deal. the visual was very similar to monopoly deal but it has some explanations on every cards, what the image is. and also the rules, they were similar too. there were some provinces i chose, the big ones, to be the 'property card' like on monopoly deal. by playing this playing card, i hoped the players can get the information about traveling places or traditional clothes or traditional houses on big provinces in indonesia. Read Less
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i drew these images below on photoshop according to some images found on google. 
rumah tjong a fie.
is a house of a chinese-born merchant in Medan, North Sumatera, named Tjong A Fie. he was a successful entrepreneur. because the house is huge and unique, the house is now used as a tourism destination. 

masjid raya aceh.
raya aceh mosque or raya baiturrahman mosque is a culture symbol of Aceh people. the mosque is located in the middle of the city. the tsunami on 2004 that crashed Aceh didn't break the mosque. 

menara siger.
siger tower is furnished by a room that allow tourists to see bakauheni harbor and the beauty of the landscape near it. 
rumoh aceh.
rumoh aceh is an traditional earthquake resistant. making this house needs lots of money so only few house can be sighted these days. even found many varieties of the house, the core component of rumoh aceh is still unified. 

tari kipas.
kipas dance used to be played only by the kingdom princesses to express happiness, but then now kipas dance is known as a characteristically dance of south sulawesi. kipas (fan in english) dance shows happiness while the dancers move the fan beautifully as the rhythm goes. 

tari selamat datang.
male dancers always use the traditional clothes of papua with a cendrawasih's (a beautiful bird) feather used on the head cap. this dance is used to greet the visitors coming to papua.  
serimpi dance.
as a kingdom classical dance, serimpi dance lives in the Jogjakarta kingdom sphere. serimpi dance draws a fight of two contradiction things: the good and the bad of human's mind and lust.

traditional clothes of lampung.
in lampung, the traditional clothes has lots of varieties, depending on the occasion. this traditional clothes beside is a wedding traditional clothes of lampung people.

traditional clothes of bali.
bali traditional clothes has lots of varieties also, even they all look alike. each area in bali has typical ornament and symbolic build upon ceremonies, gender, and the users' age. someone's social and economic status can be known by only looking at the pattern and the jewelries of traditional clothes he/she wears.
gedung sate.
the satay skewer ornament on gedung sate tower has became the main characteristic of it. this building has been built since 1920 and now used as the government building of west java region.

reog ponorogo.

reog is one of many mystical cultural things in Indonesia. the weight of the mask of reog is approximately 50-60kgs. that heavy mask is carried by teeth. people do some practices and also fast to be able carrying the mask with their teeth.

bundaran hi (hotel indonesia)
hotel indonesia traffic roundabout is an 'entering gate' for tourists coming to jakarta and is located in front of Hotel Indonesia. the roundabout itself has pool, fountain and 'selamat datang' sculpture on it. 
tugu pahlawan.
tugu pahlawan was built to commemorate the november 10th 1945 incident in Surabaya, East Java. the body of the monument has 10 (the date) curves and divided into 11 (the month) segments.

ondel-ondel.
ondel-ondel is a part of betawi people's performance that usually can be seen on the people's party. ondel-ondel acts as it was the ancestor that will always keep the grandchildren and the people safe.

jalan malioboro.
mailoboro street is really well-known for its sidewalk merchant selling Jogjakarta crafts and for its warung (stall) selling gudeg, food from Jogjakarta. the street is also well-known for the local artists frequently gather.
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