To celebrate the 10th year of its music festival, Apple invited London-based illustrator Hattie Stewart to create a set of original artworks, applying her trademark doodlebomb style over photographs of some of the iconic performers to have played the festival. “I think my work is something every generation can enjoy, it evokes the feeling childhood with its cartoonish style, but also has themes that are more adult in nature.” says Stewart. “It’s playful and engaging but doesn’t take itself too seriously.”
The artworks including Pharrell, Katy Perry and Queens of the Stone Age, hung on display in London’s Roundhouse for the duration of the Apple Music Festival. www.hattiestewart.com
01 Singer Pharrell doodle bombed by Hattie Stewart for the Apple Gallery exhibition.
02 Portrait of Katy Perry for the Apple Gallery.
04 Cover for Another Magazine by Stewart.
03 Stewart photographed in her London studio.