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    B/a Students, Alumni, and Faculty Featured in Morpholio Galleries

    Megan Basnak
    Aug 22, '13 2:12 PM EST

    B/a alumnus and Morpholio Design Curator Joseph Swerdlin recently curated two galleries within the PinUp section of the Morpholio app featuring the work of B/a students, alumni, and faculty. The first gallery, titled “Constructed Compositions,” features architectural photographs taken by B/a students John Brennan, Bryan Lee, and alumni Kathryn Hobert, Adam Feldman, Ariel Resnick, Vincent Ribeiro, Danielle Krug, and Kim Dai. “University at Buffalo: Recent Works,” the second gallery curated by Swerdlin, features works by B/a faculty Joyce Hwang, Michael Rogers, Georg Rafailidis+Stephanie Davidson, Nick Bruscia+Chris Romano, and B/a alumni Courtney Creenan, Kyle Mastalinski, Daniel Nead, Scott Selin, and Lisa Stern (aka the Elevator B team). The two galleries are available to view by the entire Morpholio Community through the Morpholio app.

    Morpholio, designed by the New York City based startup The Morpholio Project, is an application-based, multi-disciplinary design community that is centered around the idea that design must be shared and discussed in order to reach its fullest potential. The app provides space to share, discuss, and critique work. Membership to The Morpholio Project is free and the app can be downloaded for free through iTunes. For more information about Morpholio and The Morpholio Project, please visit


    Image courtesy of Morpholio

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