Birds Of Paradise

by Sigbjørn Evensen

on 01 March 2012

Deep in the jungles of Borneo the birds called "Bird of Paradise" dance and do their curtis with colorful feathers and acrobatic dance moves. This project is based on my observation of the parallel human mating ritual being played out in the late night hours on the weekends.


Other stories by Sigbjørn Evensen

Living in a box

by Sigbjørn Evensen

on 26 June 2012

House prices are rising and rising. One question often asked is how the young can get in on one such market.

30 Minutes

by Sigbjørn Evensen

on 15 May 2012

From start to finish these two metals are made in just 30 minutes each.

Birds Of Paradise

by Sigbjørn Evensen

on 01 March 2012

How different is the human mating ritual from the bird or animal mating rituals?

These Boots are Made for Walking

by Sigbjørn Evensen

on 06 February 2012

A commercial project about shoes.

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