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MORPHILOPHY by Mo Harmon

MORPHILOPHY

(morph / philo - phy)

Trained as an architect, I have intensively studied form, geometry, material application, digital technology, aesthetics, and sculptural art. Although I love architecture with a passion, I sought a medium with a much faster realization process. 3D-printed jewelry offers unprecedented opportunity for outputting the complex geometries I am studying into the physical world - and my architectural training brings a tectonic sensibility of function and ergonomics.The three-dimensional modeling techniques and graphic sensibility I have developed offer a fresh perspective on geometrically complex jewelry...

www.morphilophy.com

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