Minsun Eo focuses on practice that creates integrated design knowledge, system and experience for art, technology, architecture, fashion and educational sector.

His New York-based studio explores graphic design methodology through core-contemporary design practice and media-brand identity development, exhibition & environmental design, print and digital. He holds an MFA Graphic Design from Rhode Island School of Design (2013), and a BFA Visual Communication Design from Kookmin University (Seoul, 2008). He worked at 2x4 New York under the guidance of cofounder Michael Rock (2013-15). Mr. Eo was invited for visiting lectures, guest critique and talk by RISD, Boston University and Korean Association of New York Artists (non-profit NYC organization). Over the course of 10 years he worked with Harvard University Graduate School of Design, Massachusetts Institute of Technology Self Assembly Lab & MIT Press, AIA (American Institute of Architects) New York, Prada, Perez Art Museum Miami, Graphic magazine, Nam June Paik Art Center, Mediacity Seoul Biennale and many more. His work, writing and interviews have been published in various media-Computer Arts, Allure, Asian Graphics Now (Taschen), Graphic, and Monthly Design. His projects have been selected by Type Directors Club (TDC), Art Directors Club (ADC), Adobe Design Achievement Awards, and Output Awards. Also his works have been exhibited in TDC shows, Gwangju Design Biennale and others. He is a member of Korean Society of Typography (KST), a prestigious Korean graphic design organization. Prior to coming to the US, he worked at HongDesign consultancy and TEXT (Seoul, 2007-2011).