Since launching at the beginning of April, the campaign which collects and features the profiles of businesses whose older owners have often been running them for decades, has already amassed a following of 7,000 on Facebook and 34,000 on Instagram alone.
Inspiring the wave of newcomers are a series of well-established bloggers that have helped romanticize the world of van life with their stunning pictures and beautiful portrayals of life on the road.
After letting himself go following retirement, the 67-year-old OAP from Wałbrzych now has 6.3 million YouTube views and over 30K followers on Instagram after his amazing transformation.
Having conquered his childhood fear of water, trucker Tomek Gazda now uses his free time to swim in crocodile and shark-infested waters.
Urban photographer Daniel Remian said he began his nocturnal adventures a year ago after becoming captivated by the night-time transformation of the city’s streets and atmosphere.
Moving to Britain eight years ago, Anna Kusiak has amassed over 40,000 followers since making her first post last year.
To overcome lockdown boredom, snapper Monika Stpiczyńska decided to take a virtual tour around Poland using Google street view. What she found was an incredibly candid presentation of everyday life in cities, towns, and villages.
Bubbly Ola was celebrating her 30th birthday in Greece when boyfriend Jakub Flas, who goes by the name Kubańczyk, proposed.
The 24-year-old Polish beauty is creating more than a buzz on social media with her sizzling snaps but also causing controversy in the modelling industry.
Travel-loving Insta-temptress and Miss Polonia winner Karolina Bielawska can’t help teasing her 10k-plus fans with saucy pics from exotic locations.