(FOX NEWS) The Internet is no stranger to dresses that go viral – and the latest viral phenomenon documents the dramatic transformation of a black dress that was submerged in the Dead Sea.
Israeli artist Sigalit Landau placed the early twentieth-century-style black gown in the waters of the Dead Sea for two months in 2014. Photographer Yotam From recorded the stunning underwater changes that occurred as salt crystals gradually adhered to the fabric.
The project has been thrust into the spotlight thanks to a series of large color prints showing the dress’s remarkable changes, which are on display at London's Marlborough Contemporary gallery through Sept. 3. The dress is a trending topic on Facebook.
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