A Black Dress Was Submerged In The Dead Sea For 2 Months. What It Became Will Leave You Speechless

Mind. Blown.

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Israeli artist Sigalit Landau, left a replica of a 19th century dress worn in the 1916 play “The Dybbuk” submerged for 2 months in the Dead Sea, for her project titled “Salt Bride”.

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The dress, which was weighted down and submerged, went into the lake a stark black, and in just two months was magically transformed as it became covered in white crystallized salt.

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Landau’s photographic work project was on display at the Marlborough Contemporary gallery in London.

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As you can see from these stunning pictures below, the end result is nothing short of magical.

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Source: ThisIsColossal