In a tweet, mom Björk hit us with the duvet for her forthcoming album Utopia. Designed by the London-based artist Jesse Kanda, whose modern surrealism it’s possible you’ll acknowledge by way of his collaborations with fka twigs and Arca.
For Utopia, Kanda created a model of Björk that appears not not like a successful entry in the most effective artwork present on tv, Syfy’s particular results competitors program Face Off. In Björk and Kanda’s utopia, she is solid as a pearlescent, neck-breathing sea witch with an oyster vagina for a brow (labial accuracy!) and a everlasting Kool-Help mustache. (Is parrot or a sea cucumber on her neck?) Or, maybe, an animorphed instrument of Jupiter; the primary single from utopia, “the gate,” is a wispy declaration of devotion over a pipe organ from the underside of the ocean. The album may even embrace manufacturing from previous collaborator/inventive innovator Arca, with whom she and Kanda have kicked it in New York Metropolis for probably the most epic street-style images taken in 2017.
An amazing late-breaking Halloween costume, if you happen to’re nonetheless searching for inspiration.