Dreams Are Better Than Facts

As you may know I’ve been working on a startup within Israel’s thriving startup scene. Every now and then I come across fellow travellers on the startup journey with interesting Israeli stories that I introduce.

I think we could all use something dreamy to take our minds off some of the craziness going around and Dreame.me is just such a site.

You find a talented artist whose style you love and then you give them a treasured photograph or describe something you want turned into art. Simple and beautiful.

DREAME.ME was founded in Israel by Israel born, raised in London, entrepreneur Sharonna Karni Cohen.

Dreame is the place to go for a one of a kind gift that your loved ones will never forget. Regarded by many customers as the most unique gift, we recommend to you check it out: WWW.DREAME.ME.

Turn your memories or wishes into art interpreted by one of Dreame’s international artists of your choice. Or send a photo personalised portrait. Receive it printed,framed and wrapped in time for the New Year to gift your loved ones.

Anyone from the Israellycool readership that makes 2 Dreame purchases this week will receive a free gift voucher from Dreame that they can send to anyone they choose to commission their own art work.

Happy, arty, unique holidays!

Future dream turned into art. Commissioned in Chicago and Artified by Irina Golina-Sagatelian in Vancouver

Future dream turned into art. Commissioned in Chicago and Artified by Irina Golina-Sagatelian in Vancouver

Memory turned into art. Commissioned in London, Artified by Sandra Smouha in Geneva

Memory turned into art. Commissioned in London, Artified by Sandra Smouha in Geneva

Love story for a girlfriend turned into art. Commissioned in Berlin and Artified by Han Yong in Seoul

Love story for a girlfriend turned into art. Commissioned in Berlin and Artified by Han Yong in Seoul

Wish for a friend turned into art. Commissioned in New York and Artified by Sharon Siman-Tov in Tel Aviv

Wish for a friend turned into art. Commissioned in New York and Artified by Sharon Siman-Tov in Tel Aviv

Thesis summary turned into art. Commissioned in Durham, US and Artified by Élodie Garbé in Paris

Thesis summary turned into art. Commissioned in Durham, US and Artified by Élodie Garbé in Paris

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Brian of London

Brian of London is not the messiah, he's a very naughty boy. Since making aliyah in 2009, Brian has blogged at Israellycool. Brian is an indigenous rights activist fighting for indigenous people who’ve returned to their ancestral homelands and built great things.

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