Hattie Newman builds and directs animations and images that live in advertisements, magazines, galleries, websites, books and many other places around the world.
Hattie’s studio is a place where sketches and ideas quickly outgrow their pages and leap to life. Although based in East London, projects regularly call Hattie away to work in New York, Paris, Milan and other cities far from her original home of Devon, England.
Away from her work with brands, Hattie is a lecturer and author on the topic of paper craft.
Faith Bebbington has been a professional artist since 1994, with a studio base in Liverpool. She has a BA Hons. Degree in Fine Art: Sculpture from Winchester School of Art 1986 and a Postgraduate Teaching Certificate in Art from Liverpool John Moores University 1992.
Faith creates "dynamic figurative sculpture which capture movement and can humanise public spaces. After many years of creating 'human figures in action' recent public commissions have led [her] to create life size sculptures of animals - including exploring the contribution made by the horse to canal life and highlighting the plight of an endangered species like the wild tiger."
Faith now focuses on re-using recycled waste materials mainly for large scale works and modelling with polymer clay for smaller scale work, and exploring sculpting with papercrete (concrete & paper). Her artwork for ITV has been made out of recycled milk cartons.
Dan Rawlings is a contemporary British artist. Born in Watford in 1979, he grew up in Essex and currently lives and works in Gloucestershire.
A sympathy for unloved and forgotten relics and a fascination with nature’s resilience have inspired Dan to create visions of a world where man’s impact is being slowly reclaimed by nature. Dan considers no technique or substrate out of bounds in achieving his intended results, but is probably best known for his manipulation of metal and light, conceived with intricate hand-plasma cutting. Recently he has been introducing sign painting and motion to his works.
Notable projects include the sculpture ‘nature delivers’ based on the wreckage of a ford transit van and the huge ‘mighty oak’, based on a 16 ft farm yard silo constructed for the affordable art fair’s 15th birthday in Battersea park. His signature works cut from vintage hand saws and street signage can be found in collections around the world.