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Israeli artist, Sigalit Landau, has taken the world by storm with her latest project.

In 2014 Luanda submerged a black gown in the Dead Sea which is well known for its salt rich content. Every 3 months pictures were taken of the gown to see the progression of the salt being crystalized on the dress.

The results were amazing as you can see from the images below. 

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Inspired by S. Ansky’s 1916 play, Dybbuk, the photo project has been named ‘Salt Bride.

The entire series can also be seen at London’s Marlborough Contemporary, where they are on display until September 3rd of this year.

More info: Sigalit Landau | Marlborough Contemporary (h/t: mymodernmet | Bored Panda)

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  Israeli artist, Sigalit Landau, has taken the world by storm with her latest project. In 2014 Luanda submerged a black gown in the Dead Sea which is well known for its salt rich content. Every 3 months pictures were taken of the gown to see the progression of the salt...