Tomomi Sayuda is a London based Japanese interactive and product designer and artist, whose work is concerned with humour and sub-cultures. As well as running her own projects, she has worked as a designer since 2004 at creative companies such as Kin Design in London and TV Asahi in Tokyo. Currently, she is in the final year of her Master Degree in Design Products at Royal College of Art.
While she has worked at Kin Design, she has participated in interactive user interface and exhibition design projects such as Museum of Science and Industry Manchester Revolution gallery project and Wallpaper magazine custom cover projects.
Her work was on international media such as Creative Review, The Sunday Times(UK), NHK Digital Studium(Japan), Domus web(Itary).
Past main exhibitions are Frieze Art Fair 2009, IMM Cologne 2010, ICFF NY 2010, Tent London 2010, Kinetica Art Fair 2011.
2009-2012 Kin design, London / Interactive, spacial and graphic designer
2006-2012 Freelance web, graphic,interactive designer and photographer, London
2005 Hitachi intermedix, Tokyo / Assistant web designer
2004-2005 TV Asahi, Tokyo / Assistant set designer
2012- MA Design Products, Royal College of Art, London
2006-2009 BA Graphic and Media Design, London College of Communication, University of the Arts London
2003-2005 Industrial, furniture and craft design, Musashino Art University, Tokyo
September 2009 Creative Review one of the best graduates in the UK 2009
September 2009 NHK Digital studium weekly 4 selection by Yasuhiro Suzuki
2012-2014 Royal College of Art bursary
2012 UK Trade and Investment for ICFF New York
2010 UK Trade and Investment for Interior Lifestyle Tokyo
2010 UK Trade and Investment for ICFF New York
2003-2005 Musashino Art university Scholarship
2003-2005 Japan Ikuei-kai Scholarship
Designers in residence
Summer 2013 Karkhana, Kathmandu, Nepal