Morphology, in linguistics, refers to the forms and structure of words in language. This project explores its various meanings in three parts.
For the first part of this project, I created three posters, with each one highlighting and approaching language structure from a different perspective.
For the second part of the project, I interpreted morphology in its most general interpretation, which describes the forms of things—anything, not just words. I modeled and rendered three images in Blender, then post-processed them.
Lastly, I composited images from the previous steps together, creating a pair of posters that emphasize morphology in its two interpretations.