Last week, Bon Iver's self-titled album was released. And if you're like me, you were fangirling equally as much for the cover art (pictured above) as you were for the music. Maybe a little more. Well, the person responsible for this uber-appropriate artwork is Gregory Euclide. See detail shots of the cover art here. More of Gregory's stuff below, plus this post's namesake below that, performed on Late Night with Jimmy Fallon (the only one on Youtube at the moment). (Seriously, just go download it. That lovely echo-y quality of Bon Iver is much more apparent in it's studio-recorded form.)

The installation below is titled "Held within what hung open and made to lie without" and was discovered on Behance. The installation is featured on the fifth floor of the Museum of Arts and Design in New York.

ETA: And now, for the official music video for Holocene, which actually really matches the mood of all the cover art. Cool. Enjoy (again):

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