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bjjork:

woah bjork and matthew barney broke up

when was this??

actually, there may be some truth to this. yes, rumours of their break up have been floating around for a long time, but mostly from unreliable sources (tabloids, etc). however, in a recent interview with mr barney by a reputable german art magazine, björk was mentioned as his “ex-partner”. she’s really private about her personal life, so we can’t know for sure until her next album, either from interviews, her music or the liner notes.

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oval - hey

björk : biophilia

the ultimate edition

sacrifice fork

björk : biophilia

the ultimate edition

moon fork

björk - moon – 

(Source: luminade)

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nico muhly - music under pressure 1 (flute)

feist - how come you never go there

twins - houses in five parts : a project by william o’brien jr

twins - houses in five parts : a project by william o’brien jr

bjjork:

woah bjork and matthew barney broke up

when was this??

actually, there may be some truth to this. yes, rumours of their break up have been floating around for a long time, but mostly from unreliable sources (tabloids, etc). however, in a recent interview with mr barney by a reputable german art magazine, björk was mentioned as his “ex-partner”. she’s really private about her personal life, so we can’t know for sure until her next album, either from interviews, her music or the liner notes.

Norwegian Wild Reindeer Centre Pavilion : a project by Snøhetta

Norwegian Wild Reindeer Centre Pavilion : a project by Snøhetta

björk : biophilia

the ultimate edition

sacrifice fork

björk : biophilia

the ultimate edition

moon fork

feist - how come you never go there

twins - houses in five parts : a project by william o’brien jr

twins - houses in five parts : a project by william o’brien jr

oval - hey

björk - moon – 

(Source: luminade)

nico muhly - music under pressure 1 (flute)

About:

The bower is a cone-shaped hut-like structure some 100 cm high and 160 cm in diameter, with an entrance usually propped up by two column-like sticks. A front “lawn” of some square meters area is cleaned of debris and laid out with moss. On this, and in the entrance of the bower, decorations such as colourful flowers or fruit, shining beetle elytra, dead leaves and other conspicuous objects are collected and artistically arranged.

As opposed to other species of bowerbirds, such as the Satin Bowerbird, there is no fixed preference for items of a certain colour, more important being the “novelty value” of the items instead, which can lead to fashion-like trends if males find rare or unusual items.

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