Balancing Art and Code is like keeping standing at the center of seesaw. You'll tumble into one side if you shift your weight towards the side. You need courage to enjoy the seesaw alone shifting your weight flexibly not to stop at one side.
Eiji Muroichi is a designer and technologist who is currently living in New York City.
He started his career at Business Architects Inc in Tokyo as a technologist, then he leaded many successful projects as an art director and technologist. His team won numbers of international awards such as One Show, Cannes Lion and so on.
After the career there, He started freelance. From concepting to visual-design and coding, he borderlessly worked across specialities.
Then He moved to San Francisco from Tokyo to join Method, branding agency in San Francisco as a Design Technologist. After a while, he joined AKQA as a Sr. Designer and worked for numerous brands. In 2012, He transferred to AKQA New York office to seek more inspirations, excitements and possibilities.
From 2014, He started working at a creative lab, PARTY as a Design Director.
He's pursuing a hybrid visual expression across different skills such as traditional visual design, 3DCG, Motion Graphics and Creative Codings.