• Limited edition of 100 copies.

    This book is a self-publishing project.

    Click on the image below to see more pictures:

  • This book - "Dromenvangers" - is the fruit of cooperation of many women (and some men as well). They have posed for portraits, shared their thoughts, experiences, knowledge and creativity.
    It's a testimony of what happens when we direct our energy to create, develop talents, support and strengthen each other, especially in these difficult times.


    We strive for connection, not for perfection.



    Paulina (photographer at Prosto):

    I have come on my life's way to a place, where sincere, supportive contacts with women give me incredible energy

    and motivation to act. I believe that such a "sisterhood" network, which we create around us, can symbolically (and sometimes literally) protect us,

    just like a dreamcatcher hanging over a bed protects us from bad dreams.


    Danuta aka 3point37 (book designer):

    Women... for women, about women, with women, against women... This is who we are.

    Do you sometimes think “how could she have said that” or “put those clothes on” or “done that” or “not done that”?

    Shame, guilt, gossip, judgement - we do that to other women, to ourselves, instinctively, constantly, don’t we?

    And that’s why this project resonates with me so deeply.

    From Paulina's photos emerges a woman who is not perfect but complete, a beautiful soul and body.

    This is who we are. And we are enough. Let’s embrace and cherish that. And let’s be each others' dreamcatchers.

  • Augmented Reality 

    Images on pages 15, 31, 40, 51 and 64 are animated - they will come to life when you scan them with your mobile phone.
    NOTE(!): You need to open these instructions = display QR codes on another device (computer/tablet/other) to be able to scan the codes with your mobile phone.
    Follow these steps to see the animations:

    1. Download the EyeJack app to your mobile

    It's a free application (for iOS and Android) which will allow you to scan the images and see the animation.

    2. Open the app and then the scanner

    Tap on the "eye" icon. You only need to do these once. Leave the scanner open to go to step 3 and 4.

    3. Scan the QR codes (one by one) - (!) you need other device to display the QRs

    QR codes for all images are available here below.

    4. Look at the images in the book through the app

    You don't need to click on anything else, after scanning the QR code, hover over the related photo. Enjoy!

    Page 15

    Page 31

    Page 40

    Page 51

    Page 64

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    In some Native American and Northwestern cultures, dreamcatchers ("dromenvangers") are hung over a cradle

    as protection. They are made of a willow hoop, on which a net is woven.

    A dreamcatcher may also include sacred items, such as certain feathers or beads...