Badass Lady Creatives: Hattie Newman

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That oyster-shell shoulder pad.

I don’t know what’s in the water over in London, but the city boasts some pretty serious set design talent. A recent favorite is Hattie Newman, who works primarily with the cut-paper aesthetic.

Hattie’s lovingly-crafted paper objects can be found in fashion stories, alongside articles, in window displays, and functioning as seasonal installations.

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Personal project: Ice Lollies

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She nails the cheerful, colorful look that many cut-paper illustrators share, but Hattie is unique in that some of her 3-D objects feel quite moody and sophisticated.

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For Madame Magazine. That giant pencil shaving is wonderful.
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For Madame Magazine.
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French GQ Magazine
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Mmm, facets.

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Spikes! For a window installation.
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Editorial illustration for Eureka Magazine

See more of Hattie’s work, including full versions of projects shown above, on her portfolio. And if you’re a glutton for process shots, check out Hattie’s Tumblr.


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