Artist leaves black dress in the Dead Sea for 2 months and comes back to this...

This 1920's dress has more life than ever before

Sigalit Landau, an Israeli artist, left a replica of the dress worn in the play "The Dybbuk" submerged in the Dead Sea. The project titled Small Hasidic Salt Bride took place over the course of 2 months. The sea-salt water managed to crystallize the dress after its time spent in the water. You can see the beautiful transformation captured in the pictures below. 

One Facebook user even went to stating "I have finally figured how I want to be laid to rest..... put me in the Dead Sea until I crystalize... then put me on display in a museum."

The project with be on display in London’s Marlborough Contemporary until September 3rd. 

This isn't the first time she has submersed items in the Dead Sea, check out her website for more!

This isn't the first time she has submersed items in the Dead Sea, check out her website for more!

http://www.sigalitlandau.com/