Baiyon Descanso Kyoto The Kyoto-based, Japanese multimedia artist, Baiyon is an active sound producer, creative director, art director, game designer and DJ. He is not bound to any single media. Having made his musical debut in 2004 with the film Moog, a documentary about the legendary synthesizer maker, he has since branched out to many different artistic endeavors. His work includes original music releases, musical score collaborations in various mediums expanding on his unique musical style remixing a wide range of music, from the works of Chilean-born Techno/House music producer of Ricardo Villalobos to and classic fighting game Street Fighter II. Baiyon has run his own label, Descanso, for many years. It has produced various releases, remixes from other labels, and curated live performances across the globe. He later went on to collaborate on video game projects with Q-Games as sound and art director with his now legendary titles PixelJunk Eden and PixelJunk 4am in 2008 and 2012, respectively. Quickly following this, he went on to compose for LittleBigPlanet 2. Additionally, he was selected as one of fifty important game industry people by Game Developer magazine. Not to be tied down, Baiyon has had his storytelling designs featured in artworks and character designs along with various collaborations and have gained global media attention. He is also currently working on an original apparel brand, "Whisper Not" . Now after 15 years as a freelance artist, Baiyon has joined Q-Games to take on a role as creative producer and continues to apply his unique artistic sense to creating remarkable games. Baiyon creates worlds that combine not only graphics and product design fused with music, but also visual arts, that has achieved praise from all over the world.