The Indonesian archipelago of 17,000 islands has many surprises and treasures of craftsmanship that have always fascinated us. Admittedly, it is also a craft center that produces more or less successful copies. Yet, when you go off the beaten path and the stalls of Bali or Lombock, you still find true works of art made by talented artisans who cultivate folk art and ancestral traditions, borrowed from diverse cultures that draw their roots from millennia of belief. From New Guinea to Sumatra, from Timor to Celebes, this country is still full of magnificent statues, carved wooden panels and puppets in all their forms. It is these objects that we like to discover, selecting them one by one in the respect of this craft and the respect of people who like to show the world the riches of their country.