My name is Gunawan Wibisono.
Born and grow up in the island of Java.

I live in Semarang, a capital city of Central Java.
Currently work in a Wooden Garden Furniture company. I responsible to the quality and product specs consistency. That is why a CAD drafter is always seating by me.
I used to work in a creative sector as a graphic designer in a pre press company that's why I understand the RGB to CMYK conversion.
I am also interested in photography, just a weekend shooter.

I like drawing since I was a little boy and I am always 'feeling happy' when look at a good picture.

Hai ... jenengku Gunawan Wibisono.
Aku lahir lan gede ning tanah Jowo.
Saiki aku manggon ning kutha Semarang, kerjo ning perusahaan sing gerak ning bidang garden furniture,  furniture tko kayu jati sing dienggo nang kebun (outdoor). Kerjaan ku ngurusi design lan ngontrol konsistensi produk supoyo spesifikasine ora nlencong lan mutu ne ora munggah mudun.
Aku sadurunge tau kerjo ning nggon pre-press dadi aku ngerti masalah separasi warna.
Aku ugo seneng potograpi ... lan seneng film Ninja Turtle.
Aku seneng nggambar sak jok e isih cilik. Pokok e yen nonton gambar apik, opo kuwi poto opo lukisan, karya grafis utowo liyane ... aku seneng.

My photograph of an iconic building from the
Dutch colonial time, Lawang Sewu, a former N.I.S office.
Semarang is a city on the north coast of the island of Java, Indonesia. It is the capital of the province of Central Java. It has an area of 225.17 km² and a population of approximately 1.5 million people, making it Indonesia's fifth largest city. Semarang is located at 6°58′S 110°25′E. A major port during the Dutch colonial era, and still an important port today, the city has a large ethnically Chinese population.

The city of Semarang divided into 16 districts (kecamatan) and 177 sub-districts of (kelurahan). The 16 districts are: West Semarang, East Semarang, Central Semarang, North Semarang, South Semarang, Candisari, Gajahmungkur, Gayamsari, Pedurungan, Genuk, Tembalang, Banyumanik, Gunungpati, Mijen, Ngaliyan, and Tugu.
A Bupati (regent) used to be the head of government in Semarang until 1906. After 1906, the city of Semarang was headed by a Mayor (Walikota).

Semarang's history dates back to the ninth century, when it was known as Bergota. By the end of fifteenth century, a Javanese Islamic missionary from nearby Sultanate of Demak with the name of Kyai Pandan Arang founded a village and an Islamic boarding school in this place. On May 1, 1547, after consulting Sunan Kalijaga, Sultan Hadiwijaya of Pajang declared Kyai Pandan Arang the first bupati (regent) of Semarang, thus culturally and politically, on this day Semarang was born.
In 1678, Sunan Amangkurat II promised to give control of Semarang to the Dutch East India Company (VOC) as a part of a debt payment. In 1682, the Semarang state was founded by the Dutch colonial power. On October 5, 1705 after years of occupations, Semarang officially became a VOC city when Susuhunan Pakubuwono I made a deal to give extensive trade rights to the VOC in exchange of wiping out Mataram's debt. The VOC, and later, the Dutch East Indies government, established tobacco plantations in the region and built roads and railroads, making Semarang an important colonial trading centre.
Even though in the Dutch East Indies Batavia was the political center of government and Surabaya became the center of commerce, the third largest city in Java was Semarang. As off VOC times Semarang had always been an important center of government for North Java, employing many Indo-European officials, until Daendels (1808-1811) simplified burocracy by eliminating this extra layer of officialdom. The city’s expansion declined until in 1830 the Java War ended and export commerce via the north of Java picked up again. Trade from the south and the middle of Java, where many Indo entrepreneurs rented and cultivated plantations, flourished. Soon the government invested in the establishment of a railway infrastructure which also employed many Indo people. The historic presence of a large Indo (Eurasian) community in the area of Semarang is also reflected by the fact a creole mix language called Javindo existed there.[1] Nowadays there is no substantial Indo community left in Semarang, as most fled the city during the Indonesian national revolution in the middle of the 20th century.
In the 1920s, the city became a center of leftist and nationalist activism. With the founding of the Communist Party of Indonesia in the city, Semarang became known as the "Red City". The Japanese military occupied the city along with the rest of Java in 1942, during Pacific War of World War II. During that time, Semarang was headed by a military governor called a Shiko, and two vice governors known as Fuku Shiko. One of the vice governors was appointed from Japan, and the other was chosen from the local population.
After Indonesian independence in 1945, Semarang became the capital of Central Java province.

The western part of the city is home to many industrial parks and factories. The port of Semarang is located on the north coast and it is the main shipping port for the province of Central Java. Many small manufacturers are located in Semarang, producing goods such as textiles, furniture, and processed foods. Large companies, such as Kubota and Coca-Cola, also have plants in Semarang or its outer towns.
Many major banks in Indonesia have large offices in Semarang. These include BCA, BNI, Panin Bank, HSBC, Permata, and Bank Mandiri, Standard Chartered Bank, CitiBank. Most of these offices are located in the center of the city, especially around Jalan Pandanaran and Jalan Pemuda.
Hospitality is becoming increasingly important in Semarang. It is home to about a dozen upscale hotels that cater to business travelers and tourists, including Hotel Horison, Hotel Ciputra, Grand Candi Hotel,Hotel Graha Santika and Hotel Gumaya.
Consumer activity spending remains strong Semarang. Most locals attend daily or weekly markets, like Pasar Johar. The majority of stores in Semarang are small, family-owned businesses. However, larger Indonesian companies as well as foreign companies have begun to open their own stores here. Carrefour, a French hypermarket chain, opened its first store in Central Java at DP Mall in Semarang, the newest of 3 large shopping malls in the city. The other two malls areCiputra Mall and the Java Supermall. A fourth mall, Paragon, is the largest shopping center in Central Java Province.
Semarang is served by Achmad Yani International Airport, with daily flights to other major Indonesian cities as well as to Singapore.

Sights, temples and monuments
As a result of its large ethnically Chinese population, the city boasts several Chinese temples. These include Sam Po Kong (Gedung Batu), built in honour of the Chinese Great Admiral Zheng He who visited the area in 1405, and Tay Kak Sie TempleBlenduk Church, a 1753 Protestant church built by the Dutch, is located in the old town (called "Oudstad").Tugu Muda (Youth Monument), a monument to heroes of Indonesia's independence struggle, is located in a large roundabout surrounded by famous buildings such as Gedung Lawang Sewu and the Semarang Cathedral. Jalan Pemuda, one of the roads leading into the roundabout, is a major shopping street. The Cathedral of the Holy Rosary is the seat of the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Semarang.