Our brains love repetition. Whether it's in music, art, or suburban neighborhoods, it feels nice to look onward and feel that you get it. That's what makes Sanchia Tryphosa Hamidjaja's illustrations so satisfying. Whether it's a school of fish, a sea or cars, or a squadron of children, the Jakartan artist's work straddles the line between unique and uniform, chaos and order, thus capturing the essence of a group, a crowd, or a community. She varies from tiny sketches to large scale murals, each of which draws the eye into her communities of animals, objects, and people with a playful, cartoonish style.
Check out Hamidjaja's work in the Instagrams below.