This issue of Stuart is a celebration! On the occasion of the 30th anniversary of his famous “Andre the Giant” sticker, we have an exclusive interview with Shepard Fairey. The artist opens up about his career, from his stencils in the streets of New York to his monumental murals.


The past meets the present. The Bauhaus is 100 years old and still inspires many artists. A nostalgic focus on A-One, the legend of the Bronx, on the occasion of his retrospective. Detour through San Francisco, with Alicia McCarthy who takes us from the streets of the Tenderloin to the walls of the SFMOMA.


About to inaugurate an architectural project, Hervé Di Rosa, one of the fathers of figuration libre, opens the doors of his studio. We explore the origins of his painting, whose roots intertwine with the graffiti movement he knows very well, without belonging to it.


Outside the box projects also have their place in this issue: an amazing car junkyard as a playground for Zoer, and the museum projected on the facades of the city for Outings Project.


Ready, set, go !