Sweet Dreams is an ongoing collection of art prints by Jakub Jahn. The images are frame-grabs from his short movies and so there is an almost tangible tension between a movement and stillness. Each picture was originally part of a larger story, that was intentionally interrupted during the creative process, sometimes the author use diptychs of even triptychs to restore the notion of a linear story and to pay tribute to the original film medium. The collection is sorted into smaller series by the events capturing the raw footage. There is a range of possibilities how to approach the Sweet Dreams collection. You can buy individual prints or you can build your own series based on your own criteria.


Each image is sold in limited edition of only 10 prints and has a handwritten edition number, image title, and author's signature. 


The name of every picture is an affirmation that should serve as a positive mantra for its owner.

“Sweet Dreams aren't just beautiful images, they are the keys helping to open ourselves and see the marvelous beauty inside us.”


Collection's name / MULTIPLE BODY

Event / MBPFW FW15

Year of production / 2015

Prints' count / 26

Collection's name / DIVERGENT IMAGES

Event / MBPFW SS16

Year of production / 2015

Prints' count / 33

Collection's name / ALICE IN THE MINEFIELD

Event / MBPFW FW16

Year of production / 2016

Prints' count / 23

Collection's name / HYPNOTHERAPY FASHION

Event / MBPFW SS17

Year of production / 2016

Prints' count / 32

Collection's name / BEAUTY & THE FLASH

Event / MBPFW FW17

Year of production / 2017

Prints' count / 18

Collection's name / ODIVI : BODY

Event / MBPFW SS18

Year of production / 2017

Prints' count / 12

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“For the last twenty years neither matter nor space nor time has been what it was from time immemorial. We must expect great innovations to transform the entire technique of the arts, thereby affecting artistic invention itself and perhaps even bringing about an amazing change in our very notion of art.”


Paul Valéry, Pièces sur L’Art, 1931