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  • noun Plural form of dreamscape.

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Examples

  • Inception even refers to its human fodder as "projections" and humorously calls the dreamscapes they inhabit "levels."

    IGN PS3

  • She is now venturing into what some have called dreamscapes, and she works exclusively in digital.

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  • Yet since 1987, Coddington has been the mastermind behind some of the magazine's most definitive, lavishly imagined photo spreads -- many of which resemble luxurious "dreamscapes" and visual fairy tales.

    Lesley M. M. Blume: Grace Coddington Talks Unconventional Beauty, Too-Skinny Models, And Her "Unpopular" Wardrobe

  • And overall, the game was a fully formed, lovingly crafted experience, with the 'dreamscapes' filling out the otherwise drab studio visuals a particularly nice touch.

    GameSetWatch

  • The company calls the results "dreamscapes," which combine simulated footage of the Beatles playing in studio with spacey effects, such as an underwater studio for

    Digital Trends

  • Accordingly, her idyllic, hyper-real dreamscapes are tinged with slightly disturbing, carnivalesque imagery, with doll-like, sculptural visages juxtaposed against bucolic backdrops.

    Tanja M. Laden: Marnie Weber's "Eternity Forever"

  • Accordingly, her idyllic, hyper-real dreamscapes are tinged with slightly disturbing, carnivalesque imagery, with doll-like, sculptural visages juxtaposed against bucolic backdrops.

    Tanja M. Laden: Marnie Weber's "Eternity Forever"

  • Accordingly, her idyllic, hyper-real dreamscapes are tinged with slightly disturbing, carnivalesque imagery, with doll-like, sculptural visages juxtaposed against bucolic backdrops.

    Tanja M. Laden: Marnie Weber's "Eternity Forever"

  • What stands out this year are dreamscapes that evoke a childhood wonderland.

    Christmas through the looking glass

  • Accordingly, her idyllic, hyper-real dreamscapes are tinged with slightly disturbing, carnivalesque imagery, with doll-like, sculptural visages juxtaposed against bucolic backdrops.

    Tanja M. Laden: Marnie Weber's "Eternity Forever"

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