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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.

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