Art・ Design ・Technology Communication

KIMI TANG (1992 – 2138)

She is a caffeine addict.

Artist, professional designer, and developer, Taiwan-born Kimi Tang has led a very diverse and international career. Beginning in her early high school years, Kimi found herself enthralled by world history, language, and art. It wasn’t long before she was given the chance to study abroad in Shanghai, where she held her first selling exhibition at the age of 16.

She completed International Baccalaureate (IB) in Shanghai, which had let her improve a number of inspirational methods in artistic expressions, such as oil painting, sculpture, mural, wood printing, and B&W photography. Kimi worked in an architecture company in Shanghai and designed the stained glass of a large wall for a new church.

After leaving Shanghai, Kimi went on to pursue a B.A. in Art in Washington, USA. During this time she was able to refine her artistic skills and eventually land a job as Creative Marketing Manager for DRACO Design Inc. Here she was able to work for DUCATI and its distributors and resellers in the US, Japan, Taiwan, Russia, Korea, Germany, and India. She was also in charge of product promotion and booth design for the international exhibitions at IFA 2013 (Berlin) and CES 2014 (Las Vegas), as well as the advertising design for international design competitions including iF Design Award and Red Dot Award.

Kimi completed her B.A. in Art at an American University in Tokyo, Japan, where she was able to develop multiple design skills in both digital and print, such as typography, Japanese woodblock print, lino print, silkscreen print, graphic design, and animations, and held her solo exhibition in Tokyo Ebisu.

Since 2014, she has been working as an independent freelance digital marketing director, commercial designer, UX/UI Designer, and Front-end Developer for a number of companies in diverse industries including IT, marketing, commercial, Web, Apps, AI games, animation, publishing, fashion, medical, music, and entertainment.

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