Illustrator Brian Rea noticed that those living around him in New York had a lot of fears. In 2008, he began taking note of these worries and cataloging them by type for his project Murals. In the exhibit, he filled a huge wall with these fears, organized by type (political, emotional, etc.) and they look truly overwhelming as a result. The mural is located "appropriately, along a long, dark, scary hallway." Very cool.