Azizul (3rd Row, 2nd from Right) and Anuar (2nd Row, 2nd from Right), both children of Langkawi, are deeply passionate about wood carving. Along with passion and excitement for the natural life around the island, Azizul and Anuar interpret the curvature lines of nature into their work. Born and raised in Langkawi, both were trained at the Sekolah Tinggi Seni Indonesia in Denpasar, Bali (1993) where they honed their craftsmanship and artistry, and continue to practice until today.

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AD 014 — Air / Mahogany (120cm x 50cm)

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AD 002 — Motif Gelombang / Teak (76cm x 30cm x 4cm)


Hand-crafted, originally conceived and nature inspired.
Each piece is crafted to express the experience of the natural surrounding of Langkawi island.
The shapes and curves are uniquely carved in each work where artistry and craftsmanship represent the beautiful flow and growth of Langkawi.

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AD 011— Ikan / Mahogany (70cm x 70cm)

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AD 010 — Motif Ranting / Teak (33cm x 12.5cm x 2.5cm)


The island of Langkawi is rich with natural resources. Timber, being one the most abundant resource of the island, is sustainably sourced responsibly.

Azizul and Anuar also experimented with steel and stone, other than wood for their artworks.

Some of the local wood species used are Balau, Jati, Cempa, Keruing and Cengal.

The authenticity of each wood species is certified by the Malaysian Timber Industry Board (MTIB), an agency of the Malaysian Government under the purview of the Ministry of Plantation Industries and Commodities.

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