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Her career has accelerated because of social media, and although she is obsessive about her work, she doesn’t worry about the way in which delivery channels are changing. “I think it’s the same as books and the Kindle. I think Stephen Fry said that escalators are not going to replace stairs. They don’t. Print and digital are riding together in tandem.” I Don't Have Time for This by Hattie Stewart lets you become part of her artwork". Creative Boom. 21 May 2018 . Retrieved 7 February 2022. A native of Colchester, [1] Stewart studied illustration at Kingston University, from which she graduated in 2010, and is now based in London, United Kingdom. [2]

Stewart started drawing as a child, copying characters in the Beano and Dandy comics, especially Beryl The Peril. She wanted to be a fashion illustrator, and yet was obsessed with the absurd and the silly. She’d always been a doodler, a habit that started to reflect the darker recesses of her imagination as well as her fondness for the comical. Later, the work of Pauline Boty and Keith Haring started to influence her work, although she refused to take her work as seriously as she might have done. She once described her work as cheeky, sinister, playful, exaggerated and eclectic. Woods, Kerala (10 May 2017). "Hunter Partners with Hattie Stewart for SS17 Campaign | Sidewalk Hustle" . Retrieved 3 November 2021. She did a foundation course at Colchester, then an illustration degree at Kingston, graduating in 2010. Having left, she took a part-time job in a bar, and on one of the many evenings when customers were scarce, she started drawing over a magazine photograph of Lily Allen. Thus was born her habit of doodling on magazine covers. “I was getting bored of seeing the same old people on covers, so I thought I’d try and change them!” Ironically, it was the very people whose work she had -tampered with who started offering her commissions. In fact it’s these collaborations that have brought her most joy. Dawood, Sarah (9 February 2015). "Hattie Stewart's first solo London show". Design Week . Retrieved 7 February 2022.Fresh, immersive illustrations from 'doodlebomber' Hattie Stewart are coming to London". Digital Arts . Retrieved 14 February 2022.

In her most recent work she has started to satirise advertisements, but again playfully, without malice. She wants to get more into film, into animation, and to collaborate with as many people as she can while still remaining in control. She is also thinking about moving, perhaps to the US. “I do want to go to LA,” she says, beaming with excitement. “I want to live there, I like the sunshine. I just need to learn to drive...”Her work is often created with acrylic pens from the brand POSCA. [13] Selected solo exhibitions [ edit ]

Mclaughlin, Aimee (20 July 2023). "Hattie Stewart's distinctive doodles head to Beijing". Creative Review . Retrieved 19 September 2023. Hattie Stewart on how to create incredible, fun and super-bright art". Digital Arts . Retrieved 3 November 2021. Illustrator Hattie Stewart to bring art to Portsmouth". atvtoday.co.uk . Retrieved 14 February 2022. Printing, Colour Code. "From One Universe to Another". Colour Code Printing . Retrieved 3 November 2021.With my work, I’m not going for deliberate allegory, I’m not one to tell people what to think. I’m not one of those artists that’s like, ‘Here’s the meaning, now feel it.’ I feel that’s what makes people connect with my work, that it’s not patronising, it’s kind of open to everyone.” For Rainbow of Hope, Evermade's latest artwork series, we had the pleasure of working with Hattie on a rainbow-inspired print. You can find the original piece below - with 100% of profits being donated to NHS Charities Together. A decade later, and Hattie’s delightful designs, or "doodle-bombs," are no longer just etched onto iconic magazines, they are printed in them. The artist has illustrated for Playboy, Interview, and GQ, created designs for Adidas and Marc Jacobs, and officially doodled for SZA, Kylie Minogue, and Mac Demarco - if that’s not an all-star client list, we don’t know what is. Hattie Stewart on 'doodle-bombing', imbalances in the creative industries and hard work". Creative Boom. 29 September 2017 . Retrieved 3 November 2021. Zaragoza, Herve (31 March 2021). "TOMMY HILFIGER X HATTIE STEWART". City Kids Magazine . Retrieved 3 November 2021.

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