Hattie Molloy is an installation artist, object maker and creative director based in so called Melbourne.
Historically Molloy’s work has found itself based within the field of large scale floral installation, as evidenced through her work with Armadillo Rugs (2020), Urban Blooms, City of Melbourne (2020) and Cub Sport: I Never Cried So Much In My Whole Life (2019). Her work has been featured in the likes of Vogue, GQ, Vice and The Design Files.
Moving forward Hattie intends to pivot from temporal floral installations into sculpture, objects and homewares. December, 2021 marked the release of Molloy’s first sculptural vessel for the home; the IXIA vase, the simple (yet striking) brushed aluminum design, is intended to assist the layperson in creating beautiful floral arrangements in their home and is the product of more than 12 months of design and development.
Hattie’s affinity with photography and still life remains central to her practice, drawing inspiration from the surreal and believing that it encourages us to look at the world around us. She uses an in-depth knowledge of photography to reach a global audience, fortifying the enjoyment of her work internationally.
Molloy is excited to share upteen object, installation and design projects with her followers in 2022, with many more objects for the home on the horizon (keep your eyes peeled), as well as several large commissioned installations.