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1993

Debut6

Used on the back cover of the album Debut (1993) as well as the some versions of the singles Violently Happy (1993) and Big Time Sensuality (1993).

1993–1997

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Used on most Debut and Post (1995) releases and merchandise.

1997–1998

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Used on most Homogenic (1997) releases and merchandise.

1999

Aifol

Used for the final Homogenic single All Is Full Of Love (1999).

2001–2006

Bjork-1

The writing and the duck (dubbed "odd duck") were used together and individually on the album Vespertine (2001) as well as several singles and DVD releases (2002-2003) and the Surrounded box set (2006).

2002–2003

Bjork

Used on the artwork for Björk's Greatest Hits album and DVD (2002), It's In Our Hands singles (2002), Family Tree box set (2002), and Live box set (2003).

2004–2005

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Used for the album Medulla (2004) and its following singles.

2007–2008

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Used for the album Volta (2007) and its singles.

2011

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Used for Biophilia (2011) and all its related singles.

2015

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Björk's signature as seen in a couple of her album's liner notes, and the official logo for her MoMA exhibition.

2015

Björk logo - Vulnicura era

Used for her album Vulnicura (2015) and its related releases.

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