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An Israeli artist submerged a black gown for two months in the salt-rich Dead Sea and photographed it as it became coated with crystals.

The "Salt Bride" project by Sigalit Landau was inspired by the Yiddish play "The Dybbuk," in which a Hasidic maiden named Leah becomes possessed by the dead lover she was destined to marry.

A press release for the project says the sea transformed the dress from a "symbol associated with death and madness into the wedding dress it was always intended to be.”

Photographs of the magnificently crystallized dress are on display at London's Marlborough Contemporary.

Read more about the project here.

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