Morph Audio presents its latest series of customizable earbuds in a campaign titled “Morph The City”, adding to their already voguish collection.
Leading the campaign are a wide range of emerging creatives from South Korea’s fashion, music, art, and design scenes, showcasing how they stylishly express themselves while modeling the product. The artists include stylist Nara Kim sporting pearl-embellished earbuds, designer Hyoxxi and his punk-styled piece, model Hyeokjin Eum giving us her y2k vibes, and the multi-hyphenate Hanseul Ha in a futuristic aesthetic.
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The earphones and accessories brand’s latest campaign draws attention to the Seoul street culture by taking shots in the street, highlighting the idea of returning one’s individual power of choice and expression.
Designed with the motto to celebrate one’s individuality, the customizable earbuds that feature a full range of swappable faceplates arrive also with a premium audio experience. The lightweight earbuds feature the latest Adaptive Active Noise Cancellation technology by Qualcomm and an Ambient Mode that filter environmental sounds but still provide real-time situational awareness.
Other than the customizable earbud collection, Morph Audio has previously released a couple of exciting collections. For instance, the Urbanite series for the hustle and bustle of life in the urban jungle, the Smiley series where each faceplate is handcrafted and features a Smiley face button on a Swarovski base and the Sakura series highlighting the national flower of Japan.
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If you feel like showing off your personal style preference through your earphones, the “Morph The City” collection by Morph Audio is out now on their site.
Adrianna Cheung is Mixmag Asia’s Culture Curator, follow her on Instagram.