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Hattie Stewart — London, UK

“I took more pleasure in creating characters and imaginary worlds then I did actually playing with toys as a child – my playtime was in the creation. I’ve tried many different things but ultimately I always end up with a pen in hand, whether I’d intended to or not.”

Hattie Stewart is an illustrator and a self proclaimed “doodle bomber” who garnered fame for her drawings on the cover of influential magazines such as Vogue and i-D. Living and working in London for much of her career, she has collaborated with Azealia Banks on a series of portraits and fashion brands such as House of Holland and Adidas.

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