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biomorph

(bī′ō-môrf′)
n.
A nonrepresentational form or pattern that resembles a living organism in shape or appearance.

bi′o·mor′phic adj.
bi′o·mor′phism n.
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Photographer Avee Navarro Tan Now, Justiniani has gotten to see his vision turned flesh, walking around the biomorphic archipelago of his own making, humbly stating that he considers everything 99 percent complete, even attending cocktails held at a place called this is synchronicity in action Ca' Giustinian.
The biomorphic (biology-morphology) term was coined by the British zoologist Desmond Morris to describe the bio-inspired software approach [36].
A splendid example of Kandinsky's biomorphic art, Colorful Ensemble, this month's cover image, shows that regardless of this shift in approach, the artist's lifelong passion for infusing his art with musical themes and imagery continued to be at the heart of his work.
It also helped them to grasp the concept of "biomorphic."
MirE, who died in 1983 at age 90, is best known for the lively colors and biomorphic patterns in his paintings, prints and sculptures that brought a fantastical world to life.
Specific topics include the design of a membrane biosensor, a sine-wave exciting circuit for a quartz vibrating gyroscope, using electrical resistance tomography to measure parameters in ice-water two-phase flow, texturing multi-crystalline silicon wafers by etching with an ultrasonic standing wave in acid, a novel fiber-optic sensing systems for detecting methane, and synthesizing biomorphic ceria templated from crucian fish scales.
"I feel that the fluid and curvilinear forms and the soft lines I have been using in my paintings have a very close relationship with the biomorphic movement of today's architectureC* I am bringing traditional and modern, crafts and industrial, feminine and masculine face to face and the tension between these concepts are visible" explains Gulay Semercioglu.
He was a pioneer in the technique of automatic drawing, and this authentic Surrealist creativity eventually gave birth to biomorphic abstraction.
But rather than creating a product that looked like a conventional walking stick, Ms Parry created a "biomorphic" curved product that Starck said was one of the most beautiful objects he had seen.
Capturing a sense of connected motion by combining realism and abstraction, Margaret Withers helps us to identify a "shifting/migrating" world by multiplying and imploding biomorphic imagery and teetering telephone poles.
'The Etisalat Dubai Mall retail outlet explored the realm of fluid biomorphic architectural detail, as it has never been done before in the region.
Wood and bamboo are important renewable resources and can be used as base materials for the preparation of biomorphic SiC ceramics (Kang 1998, Huang and Gao 2004).