Stewart Smith

I’m an American graphic designer, programmer, and digital artist living in London.

I earned a Master of Fine Arts in graphic design from Yale University and create work under the name Stewdio. My pieces have been exhibited at the Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) in New York, the Fondation Cartier in Paris, PopTech, and featured in publications such as Domus, Esquire, Print Magazine, and Creative Review. I’ve taught data visualization at New York University’s Interactive Telecommunications Program, served as a Research Scholar at Columbia University’s Spacial Information Design Lab, and I’ve been honored as a Young Gun by the Art Directors Club.

Recently. Exhibited two artworks in the Museum of Modern Art’s Talk to Me exhibition. Served on the judging panel for the TED conference’s Ads Worth Spreading competition. Conducted a workshop for interaction design students at Switzerland’s ECAL. Presented my work at the Creativity and Technology conference in London in a lecture titled Code Play.

Currently. Collaborating with Harvard University’s MetaLab and engaging in various London-based projects.