The digital version of Bjork's Vulnicura may have dropped earlier than anticipated, but the physical release of her latest album will hit stores on schedule this month. In anticipation, Bjork just unveiled the art for that version.

Posted to Facebook earlier today (March 3), the image may seem grotesque at first, easily grabbing your attention. Looking like a digitized version of a Salvador Dali painting, the cover depicts a woman who is posed in a back bend with her chest split open (we think it's split open). Los Angeles artist and filmmark Andrew Thomas Huang, who directed Bjork's "Mutual Core" video, designed the art with the Icelandic artist. The graphic is full of drama and emotion but is, of course, left to our imaginations to interpret.

Check out the image below and tell us what you think it all means:

One Little Indian

Aside from the new album, Bjork's retorspective will open at New York City's Museum of Modern Art on March 8.