Canaan for Indonesia Now, a project by Potato Head Bali and Bobobobo

Indonesia Now is a showcase of archipelago-wide creativity and craftsmanship curated by Potato Head and Bobobobo. The exhibition highlights some of the most interesting homegrown talent across art, music, fashion, food and craft, serving as a celebration of contemporary Indonesian culture through our eyes. 

Designed as an annual exhibition and traveling kiosk, Indonesia Now launched at Desa Potato Head on the 22nd of September 2018 as a one-day street carnival before popping up at a selection of festivals and events around the world. 

Canaan has been chosen as one of the brands collaborating with Indonesia Now! from the words of our Founder, Emmelyn Gunawan:

I wanted to show something earthy and nostalgic of Bali’s climate. I was inspired by Mount Agung and how it’s still viewed by locals as a majestic being—all powerful and mystifying—and an incense burning with fragrance nodes is a scent synonymous with Bali, where Canaan is from."

Canaan x Indonesia Now Incense Holder is available to purchase at get your hands in one of these limited produce!

Effervescent, a Photoshoot with Visual Artist, Elly Chandrawira

Titled Effervescent, we recently did a mini photoshoot with Visual Artist, friend and part-time model Elly Chandrawira. Our photogrpaher of the day was Gilbian Maytie of Chris Bunjamin Studio. We showed our newly launched loungewear collection of indigo shibori pajamas, dresses and jumpsuits with our favorite best-seller fans from Pubumesu

The Fabrick Lab x Canaan

Canaan boutique and gallery invites you to an exclusive film screening of Elaine Yan Ling Ng of The Fabrick Lab's latest project UN/Fold at Potato Head, Friday 14 October 2016. Please join us as we uncover The Fabrick Lab's textile journey in Guizhou of Southern China followed by the launch of her new indigo collection at Canaan. 


6 - 8 PM
at Music Room, Potato Head 

Please rsvp to 


P. +852 2858 6066 


Canaan Boutique & Gallery 
Potato Head Restaurant 
100 Third Street 
Sai Ying Pun 

Gaya Ceramic for Canaan Ceramic Tableware Collection

A unique collaboration between renowned Gaya Ceramic based in Ubud, Bali with Canaan. The range of tableware was inspired by the color Indigo, and the textures of an antique Ikat fabric. The finishes on the glaze is a juxtaposition between matt and glossy, and the two finishes are experimented on all the surfaces creatinng a textured look overall. All ceraimc are handmade using a throwing method of moulding the clays by hand and individually crafted by Gaya's dedicated artisans who are based in Sayan, Ubud. Launch : August 2016.


Tacit is a Bandung-based workshop that specializes in ceramic making. Established by Aditya, Alfredo and Happy Mayorita, they focused on making sustainable ceramic products for every day needs through various inspirations of the mundane and careless practices. At Canaan Bali we have commissioned Tacit to create a series of tableware from Angela Judiyanto’s watercolor mark.