Tiago Ribeiro Recreates Common 'Phobias'

By: Marissa Brassfield - Published: Aug 16, 2009   Updated: Jun 13 2011 • References: flickr &
Many of us are scared of something, whether it's clowns or failure, and Tiago Ribeiro's 'Phobias' photo set recreates these fears in artistic fashion.

From taphophobia, the fear of being buried alive, to podophobia, the fear of feet, Tiago Ribeiro's 'Phobias' runs the gamut from fairly common to freakish and bizarre. To see more of these artistic representations of fear, check out the links below.

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