In the late 1960s, Arthur Tress was inspired to do a series based upon children’s dreams that combined his interests in ritual ceremony, Jungian archetypes, and social allegory. When it comes to vivid and original nightmares, kids can out dream the rest of us. Their imagination runs rampant – during the day and at night – with little filter to differentiate between reality and fiction. These Classic Images from Arthur Tress drive that point home. He asked children in the late 60s and early 70s to describe their fantasies and nightmares. Then he brought them to life in these particularly unnerving staged images.