Doll House takes place at KK Outlet, where Stewart also designed the exhibition space.
The collection includes various objects, such as illustrated leather jackets, a custom-painted dolls house and neon signage.
Alongside these, runs a selection of Stewart’s characteristic doodles, including a series of defaced magazine covers, which transforms titles such as Playboy, Rolling Stone, NME and The Gentlewoman.
The project “breathes new life into old ideologies”, and aims to highlight the “media’s manipulation of female role models”, a gallery spokesperson says.
Stewart has previously taken part in Words of Wisdom, an exhibition at KK Outlet which showcased postcard artworks by female illustrators in celebration of International Women’s Day 2012.
Doll House runs from 6- 28 February at KK Outlet, 42 Hoxton Square, London, N1 6PB. Entry is free.