Indian folk-art inspires independent artists, with myriad ideas of its realisations. Primary Oji-Cree twisted dual spiderweb design hung on the one loop where both net-knotted threads secured each other in their fulfilled role - a common hanging tool or a tiny necklace/amulet.
Polish lore and culture are permanently attached to the forest with its wolf, lynx and brown bear as main predatory carnivores. Alfred Wierusz-Kowalski (1849-1915), born in Poland, mostly painted genre scenes featuring people, hunting dogs, horses and especially wolf as a leitmotif .
Shinto wolf is related to mountains, mountain tops and cordilleras. It identifies a mountain guardian helping travellers by guiding them if lost (Jap. 送り狼, okuri-ôkami, 'sending wolf').
A dreamcatcher appears also in Siberian folklore. It’s not called asabikeshiinh [‘spider’ in Ojibwa] but kytgem [‘bait’ in Koryak].
More or less intentionally Until Dawn becomes another publication supporting a positive image of the wolf as an animal, canidae and carnivore.