Dodi’s work is predominantly Monochrome with black and white colors. The play of light, shadow, depth and emotion in his works is wistful and yet prompting hope. His artworks largely portray the life of the working class and marginalized people and sprawling ladscpes of the country side. He creates stunning pieces employing a variety of techniques such as scratching, etching, mezzotint, sugartint and drypoint on varied media like canvas, plastic and paper. He is a woodcut drawing artist as well.
Dodi is multi talented and draws inspiration from the legendary German artist, Kathe Kollwitz (1876-1945), who had great empathy for the proletariat and pariahs. Dodi's unique works have been exhibited in big cities all over Indonesia, and internationally in Germany, Netherlands, France, Australia.
Fun fact: Dodi is a musician as well and is part of the “Dendang Kampungan” band. The name of the band means ‘folk songs’ in Indonesian language.