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An Interview with illustrator Hattie Stewart

Cheeky and fresh, Hattie Stewart's mag cover doodle-bombs are both en Vogue and 'on' Vogue.

Written by Jessica Cook

Hattie Stewart

London-based Hattie Stewart, a 'professional doodler', originally from Essex, is taking the fashion world by storm with her 'doodle-bombed' magazine covers. Not just limited to putting her mark on mags, she's also done a whole range of stuff from shop-fronts to call-girl cards. Youthful, quirky and comic book-esque, Hattie pens a place where all things happy, cartooney, dark and urban make an appearance. This exuberance with a tint of dark humour reminds me a little of Bart's beloved Itchy & Scratchy. Bold colours, unique characters, a wink and some swag all form part of her signature style. She's a busy girl and Amelia recently mentioned Hattie in a review of Pick Me Up Graphic Arts Festival 2013.

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Graduate Fashion Week: Ravensbourne

It's back to Graduate Fashion Week for a moment with a look at the Ravensbourne show - featuring a winning menswear collection and Dame Viv…

Written by Jonno Ovans

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Quirky singer-songwriter Sparky Deathcap, a man as comfortable spinning folky yarns and knocking up a caricature

Written by Eleanor Whalley

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Art listings October 19-26

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Written by Jessica Stokes

Last week the high-rollers were flashing their cash at Frieze, drug but there’s also space in the art world for those of us who aren’t Russian oligarchs. If you love […]