Each Other Company
Jakarta Pusat 10150, Indonesia
we (at) eachothercompany.com

Each Other Company is a design-led research, consulting and development studio. The studio sees itself as an open study that investigates its work through heterogeneous mediums of communication and design. With a strong background in graphic design, our work communicates across the full spectrum of visual media, and by and large concentrates on educational purposes.

Since 2015, the studio has been engaging in a range of practices including visual identities and website for fbudi (2015–16) and Sean Sheila, art direction for Wonders of Weaving (2015–) and Korea-Indonesia Media Installation Art Exhibition (2016–), installation for Indonesia Fashion Forward, books for documentary photographer Andri Tambunan and Korean Cultural Center, and ongoing consultancy for Ruko Roxy Mas E2/30 and Indonesia Pavilion at the Venice Architecture Biennale 2018.

Read the studio profile “Inisiatif dan Eksperimentasi Fungsi Desain” (link) on Whiteboard Journal for an introductory text about the practice.

— Research and Strategy Consulting
— Brand Narrative and Visual Identity System
— Creative Direction and Content Creation
— Art Direction and Design
— Digital Development and Maintenance

Architecture and Design, Arts and Culture, Fashion, Property and Hospitality, Manufacture, Media, Non-Profit, Retail and Lifestyle, Technology.

The studio grows and contracts depending on particular projects. The current team comprises: Januar Rianto, Putty Dewikarina, Gabriela Thian, Dealonicha Andini, Immanuel-Johannes Palar and Tasia Loekito.

Michelle Wijaya (2015–17), Lim Masulin, Joni Koentjoro, Andrew Lim, Sandy Pirouzi, Jeong-ok Jeon, Ardy Hartono, Dimas Satria, Patricia Krisan, Cynthia Novita, Merphilina Valencia, Kamil Muhammad, Ary Indra, David Hutama.

In addition to the collaborations with clients, the studio engages in projects and research on the relationship between education, design and popular culture.
— Other Practice (link), a research unit dedicated to the production of various formats in close collaboration with cultural protagonists.
— Further Reading (link), a series of critical reading references and bite-sized periodicals reading into design through wider sociocultural and political contexts.
— City Scan Map (link), an on-site research session and workshop that maps the layers of a city through graphic design methodologies.

The studio is currently looking for a graphic designer (GD). Full-time, Jakarta or Tangerang based. Open until filled. To apply, please submit your updated CV and most representative PDF portfolios and along with a covering letter. Subject title "GD/CW - Your Name."

We are accepting internship application for research assistant, graphic designer, copywriter, and photographer. To apply, please submit your updated CV and most representative PDF portfolios and along with a covering letter. Subject title "IN - Your Name.”

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