Childhood Fears Displayed in Arthur Tress’ Photographs

August 2, 2014 | in Photography

American photographer Arthur Tress connected bits of childhood nightmares into a unique photo series called Dream Collector.

All photos were taken in the 60s and 70s of the last century. The photographs are a result of discussions with children in playgrounds, parks, schools and streets. Children were asked to describe in maximum details their dreams, which then were turned into impressive photographs.

Childhood Fears Displayed in Arthur Tress Photographs

Childhood Fears Displayed in Arthur Tress Photographs

Childhood Fears Displayed in Arthur Tress Photographs

Childhood Fears Displayed in Arthur Tress Photographs

Childhood Fears Displayed in Arthur Tress Photographs

Childhood Fears Displayed in Arthur Tress Photographs

Childhood Fears Displayed in Arthur Tress Photographs

Childhood Fears Displayed in Arthur Tress Photographs

Childhood Fears Displayed in Arthur Tress Photographs

Childhood Fears Displayed in Arthur Tress Photographs

Childhood Fears Displayed in Arthur Tress Photographs

Childhood Fears Displayed in Arthur Tress Photographs

Childhood Fears Displayed in Arthur Tress Photographs

Childhood Fears Displayed in Arthur Tress Photographs

Childhood Fears Displayed in Arthur Tress Photographs
Photo by Arthur Tress

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