For the art that accompanies Björk’s 10th studio album, Fossora, the Icelandic songstress tapped acclaimed nail artist Sojin Oh for mushroom-inspired sculptures—to adorn her fingers—crafted from biomorphic elements. Oh was given creative freedom to forage for and develop the eye-catching components, and has been known to use everything from fish bones and oyster shells to disassembled pieces of a cellphone in her ethereal work. “All the designs I wanted for myself were non-existent,” the LA-based artist tells Wallpaper*. “I wanted to create nails that no one has ever seen before.” Read more about her materials, process and inspirations at Wallpaper*.
Image courtesy of Sojin Oh