Icelandic singer Bjork is renowned for her innovative music videos made in collaboration with artists, directors and animators such as Spike Jonze, Chris Columbus and Michel Gondry.
Her latest video Wanderlust follows the singer as she goes on a mystical voyage and herds prehistoric beasts through a lush wilderness.
The video was shot in 3-D using custom-built equipment by San Francisco Bay Area filmmakers Encyclopedia Pictura. The 7 minute video took 9 months to produce. More than 150 artists, sculptors and interns worked on the project.
Wired.com brings you an exclusive web premiere of both the 3D and 2D versions, along with exclusive behind-the-scenes coverage.