Three motifs were created: Aluwung, Abimantrana and Kawung Rante. Aluwung, which is Sanskrit for ‘better’, incorporates batik kawung to represent perfection and purity. At first glance, the motif looks like a random scattering, but when viewed from a distance, one can see a magnified kawung shape with gradation effects. Abimantrana, which is Sanskrit for ‘blessing’, uses the half-circle shape from the heads of Indonesian ondel-ondel – large puppet figures traditional featured in Betawi folk performance. It also includes batik grinsing to resemble fish scales. Kawung Rante is derived from two words: ‘kawung’ of batik kawung, and ‘rante’, which is Javanese for ‘chain’. The pattern groups together different-sized kawung to imitate the metaphorical chains that hold us together. This arrangement emphasizes the idea that singular components can create a single harmonious pattern.