Systemic Specimen Composites

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  • Systemic Specimen Composites are the combination of two observed systems: Branching and phonetics. Branching systems are constructed by cumulative growth much in the same way that writing is composed from a series of components (letters, numerals and punctuation), that when combined, share a similar growth relationship with the branch—The branch's relationship between bud, twig, branch, trunk and a network of trees is seen a correlate to writing's relationship between the letter, word, sentence, paragraph and the larger expanse of non-verbal communication. The crafting of each letter resulted in an aesthetic of ambiguous natural form (representative of both circulatory/organ systems as well as branching/budding networks) embedded in a typographically designed object.