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FKA twigs shares new online collection of unseen work

The singer has updated her website with the help of artist Matthew Stone

Despite not releasing an album, 2016 has been a busy year for FKA twigs. The art-pop auteur has curated her own immersive art exhibition, toured a new live show, and released her own “abstract autobiographical” film. Earlier this year, she also held a free, philanthropic dance workshop in Baltimore – the results of which can now be seen in a documentary

Now, to add to all that, twigs has teamed up with International Magic and artist Matthew Stone and to create a new online archive of all the projects she’s worked on so far. The site, which went live yesterday, contains merchandise, music videos, film clips and visuals – as well as some “unseen work” from the singer. 

“Excited to share my new site with you and to have one place where all my work is archived, to discover unseen work and join the dots between the projects I've made,” she revealed in an Instagram post last night. “This is a creative project in itself so please explore.”

Check out twigs’ new website,, here, or watch a preview below.