David Yun is a graphic designer, publisher and educator based in New York since 2001. He is a founding partner of Wax Studios, where he directs design projects focused on arts, design and culture, in any and all media. He is the co-founder and creative director of Wax Magazine, an independent print publication focusing on contemporary art and surfing.
Prior to founding Wax Studios, David worked at design and branding firms 2×4 and Pentagram, for clients including the Guggenheim Museum, Dia Foundation, MoMA PS1, USC School of Architecture, Barneys New York, Arper, Office for Metropolitan Architecture, Nike and MTV. He has taught or served as visiting critic at Yale School of Art, Columbia University (GSAPP), Rutgers University and the New York Center for Art & Media Studies. He currently runs a thesis seminar at Parsons the New School for Design. David holds a BFA in Anthropology and Music from Wheaton College, and MFA in Graphic Design from Yale School of Art.