The American photographer, Arthur Tress, turned the fears and nightmares of children into pictures that are quite odd and mysterious. Children usually dream of an odd figure, decapitation, ending up nowhere, wearing weird masks, etc. All these ideas have been turned into images that have a queer explanation for each of them. Students fear of ending up in a cone of shame, while the parents’ disputes might get them to dream of their parents hurting each other.
These nightmares have been given a picture. Now children can relate to the pictures and point out the fears.