Demonologists Ed and Lorraine Warren and Photographer Gene Campbell set up motion sensitive infrared cameras on the second floor stairwell of Amityville’s most allegedly haunted residence. The camera took dozens of shots during a single evening. Most of them were of an empty staircase in the middle of the night. But one, this one caught a small figure peeking over the banister to far left.

Demonologists Ed and Lorraine Warren and Photographer Gene Campbell set up motion sensitive infrared cameras on the second floor stairwell of Amityville’s most allegedly haunted residence. The camera took dozens of shots during a single evening. Most of them were of an empty staircase in the middle of the night. But one, this one caught a small figure peeking over the banister to far left.

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Nick Knight's Melting Floral Photomanipulations

After spending a few decades shooting high-concept high-fashion spreads for the likes of i-D, Vogue, W Magazine, Yves Saint Laurent, Alexander McQueen and Christian Dior,  photographer Nick Knight has recently launched a body of work in London, nearly 10 years in the making. Inspired by paintings from the Baroque period, Knight’s altered large-format photographs of elegant floral arrangements take on a psychedelic, gorgeously twisted liquidity. By exposing the prints to various combinations of heat, chemical and water treatments during the printing process, he’s able to interject each piece with an intriguing, painterly flair.

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