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Eric Randall Morris is a published, award-winning designer living and working in San Francisco.
Formally trained as an architect, he holds an M. Arch from MIT (’14) and a B.S. Arch from Georgia Tech (’11) and has been engaged in the art and architecture field for the past 10 years.
His graphics began as an attempt to catalogue an index of contemporary American Vernacular architecture(s) – which transformed into a continually evolving visual exercise of the elevations and facades of cities + suburbs around him.
His work is about actualizing daydreams, and fabricating these surreal new worlds through two dimensions.
An amazing example of the stunning art of this designer/photographer can be find in the “American Hyperreality “ photo manipulation project.
An American Hyperreality is project by Eric Randall Morris where vernacular American architecture is removed from its context, distorted and turned into fantastical patterns in this manipulated photography. This ongoing series explores a distorted vision of the American dream and represents an architecture of the unconscious.
Eric Randall Morris
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