Spotted! The Dalduri Sisters

Sisters Hani and Aisah Dalduri have worked together creatively for almost 10 years. Hani went to LASALLE, College of the Arts and she introduced a few techniques such as silkscreen printing and design softwares, particularly Adobe Photoshop to Aisah.  Now they run Fictive Fingers, a small independent craft studio.

“Like many independent artists, it began as a hobby that got us to make gifts for family and friends. Through social media outlets and word-of-mouth, we gradually received custom orders. Early this year, we left our day jobs and moved to a craft studio to solely focus on handcrafting textile and paper products. We focus on painting and hand printing textile and paper, embracing the subtle shifts and variations in the making process. We then develop them into one-of-a-kind functional products ranging from apparel, décor to stationery.”

Since they moved to their new studio, the sisters have been working on a collection – Spring Kingdom – which will be available for purchase in small editions at their new Etsy store starting 4th May.




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