Stern Rockwell talks about racism at school, getting into graffiti and how he’s now found his own pace. Photo: SCMP/Edmond So Stern Rockwell talks about racism at school, getting into graffiti and how he’s now found his own pace. Photo: SCMP/Edmond So
Stern Rockwell talks about racism at school, getting into graffiti and how he’s now found his own pace. Photo: SCMP/Edmond So
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He quit fashion to graffiti Hong Kong streets, and it became a business – New York-born Stern Rockwell on tagging Brooklyn as a teen and designing for Cartier and Christian Dior

  • Stern Rockwell knew from an early age that he wanted to be an artist, and started doing graffiti in Brooklyn, New York when he was 11, he tells Kate Whitehead
  • A spell in fashion design, for Cartier and Christian Dior among others, led him to Hong Kong, where’s he returned to street art and found his own pace

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Stern Rockwell talks about racism at school, getting into graffiti and how he’s now found his own pace. Photo: SCMP/Edmond So Stern Rockwell talks about racism at school, getting into graffiti and how he’s now found his own pace. Photo: SCMP/Edmond So
Stern Rockwell talks about racism at school, getting into graffiti and how he’s now found his own pace. Photo: SCMP/Edmond So
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