Hattie Stewart | Lazy Days
Hen’s Teeth & Hattie Stewart present Lazy Days, an immersive installation and dreamy scene opening at the Dublin 8 gallery on Thursday, 24th November.
Lazy Days features an entire bedroom created in Hattie Stewart’s bold illustrative style, featuring a series of screen prints and art objects, including bedsheets, a figurine, mirror, rug and t-shirts - all with the tongue and cheek and playful style of this self-proclaimed “professional doodler”.
“At the beginning of my career I was obsessed with finding ways to bring my work to life outside of the page and have always dreamed of bringing my characters into the 3D realm, so when Hen’s Teeth first got in touch about working on my first figurine I was incredibly excited at the prospect, as they had worked with many an artist I admire. My excitement only grew when our initial conversation blossomed into a full collection of collectible items, homeware & apparel. We went a little wild, but then that's the only way I know how to work.
I’ve personally never worked with such an incredibly kind, fun and open minded team who were just as excited as me in putting this all together! It’s rare for an artist, particularly a female one, to be given such an opportunity and platform to bring so many ideas to life. I’m so excited to bring it all out into the world and grateful for Hen's Teeth for putting their trust in me and my work. It’s all been a real labour of love!” - Hattie Stewart, artist
All editioned screen prints & collectible art objects are available to buy both in Hen’s Teeth and online from 6pm, Wednesday, 24th November.
Where: Hen’s Teeth, Blackpitts, Dublin 8, D08A9FD
Opens: Wednesday, 24th November from 6pm
Closes: 3pm, Christmas Eve
10:30am-6pm: Mon & Tues
Please note Hen’s Teeth is normally open from Weds-Sun will be open 7 days a week during December.
Details: The collection will be available to buy in-store and online at www.hensteethstore.com
About Hattie Stewart
Hattie Stewart is a London-based artist and illustrator with a varied portfolio. With a vibrant, tongue in cheek visual identity, she is a self-proclaimed ‘professional doodler’ with a unique and playful illustration style that extends itself through the worlds of advertising, animation, art and fashion.
Since 2010, she has enjoyed increased notoriety due to ‘Doodle-Bombing’, an aptly titled personal project in which she draws over the covers of influential fashion publications such as Vogue, Interview, Dazed and Playboy. Part homage, part satire, the project continues to this day today as illustrated interruptions of well-known faces and pop culture icons.
In recent months Hattie has begun exploring the more intensely detailed illustration works - A call back to the drawings of her early professional years, these artworks are the fully realized creations of her illustrated world.
Avoiding a more conventional illustrative style, her work is bold and experimental in application, enabling her to eschew the more traditional boundaries within the field of illustration.