Indonesian artist creates traditional puppets from waste wood

This craftsman in West Java, Indonesia, has been making traditional puppets from wood waste he finds. Ishak Suhendra, living in Ciranjang village, uses the wood he finds in the nearby forest to craft Wayang Golek, a traditional Sundanese puppet. Suhendra has been making these puppets since 1980 and the skill has been passed down from generation to generation. To make one puppet, it takes Suhendra about 15 days depending on the design. They're priced between 350,000 to 1.5 million Indonesian rupiahs (£17.39 to £74.52). This footage was filmed on April 21.