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Arthur Tress. Photographs from the late 1960s and early '70s. He asked children to describe their fantasies and nightmares and then immortalized them in staged photographs.

Arthur Tress. Photographs from the late 1960s and early '70s. He asked children to describe their fantasies and nightmares and then immortalized them in staged photographs.

Arthur Tress. Photographs from the late 1960s and early '70s. He asked children to describe their fantasies and nightmares and then immortalized them in staged photographs.

Arthur Tress. Photographs from the late 1960s and early '70s. He asked children to describe their fantasies and nightmares and then immortalized them in staged photographs.

Times Square, 1954.

Times Square, 1954.

New York- Times Square, 1950s

New York- Times Square, 1950s

Broadway in Manhattan, 1954. This photo shows the Capitol Theatre and Lindy's restaurant.

Broadway in Manhattan, 1954. This photo shows the Capitol Theatre and Lindy's restaurant.

"There are only a few things I know for sure about Society: if you are not Perfect, then you do not belong. And if you do not belong, then you are better off dead." ~Avalon Daley (Miranda Kulig)

"There are only a few things I know for sure about Society: if you are not Perfect, then you do not belong. And if you do not belong, then you are better off dead." ~Avalon Daley (Miranda Kulig)

Four kids sitting on a bench in front of a neighborhood store with one little girl bending over in front of them. Undated, New York, NY

Four kids sitting on a bench in front of a neighborhood store with one little girl bending over in front of them. Undated, New York, NY

‘Where is the bear?’ … illlustration from Where Am I? a book of hidden images. Illustration: Tatiana Glebova. Click to enlarge

‘Where is the bear?’ … illlustration from Where Am I? a book of hidden images. Illustration: Tatiana Glebova. Click to enlarge

25 Internet Artists You Need to Know

25 Internet Artists You Need to Know

Ensure everyone is appropriately attired.

Ensure everyone is appropriately attired.