Hi! I am Marie-Emilie

Artist. Illustrator. Geologist. 

That’s me, an hybrid between art and sciences. As self-taught artist, there’s nothing I love more than the detail; a realistic style, a deep contrast, an intense face, the simplicity. Details make your illustration unique, but your illustration is not a detail.

Creative partners in crime.

As a freelance illustrator based in Innsbruck, I specialize in illustration, print and brand identity. I bring honest, curious and passionate project to life by giving them the creative tools they need to flourish. I love beautiful concepts, great ideas, tech progress, nice smelling and well-designed illustrations. Drawing love is an open door with no space restrictions to the creativity, style, technic and project. My aim is to challenge your creativity and entertain your audience in order to produce for you a bespoke unique illustration.

ART & ILLUSTRATION

Process

Some Fun Facts

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Stories

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Einzigkeiten

EXHIBITION

Portraits of Women
Einzigkeiten Atelier (Leopold Str. 23, Innsbruck)
06 Sept. 2016 - 15 Nov. 2016

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Fondazione Prada

EXHIBITION

Fondazione Prada Milan is an exhibition space dedicated to contemporary art and culture. It is housed in a complex that for many years functioned as a distillery, but that has been changed by OMA – the architecture firm co-founded by Rem Koolhaas – into a collection of modern spaces.

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Atelier Einzigkeiten

PRESS

Marie-Emilie Clemence im Atelier Einzigkeiten
By Katja Kino, Meinbezirk Online Magazine
January 2016

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Museo del Novecento

EXHIBITION

Opened in 2010, the Museum of the 20th century is located right in the heart of Milan near the famous Duomo. Residing within the Palazzo dell’Arengario, it houses a dedicated exhibition displaying Milan’s superb collection of 20th century art.

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Kunst und Design aus Tirol

PRESS

Marie-Emilie Clemence
Press Stadt Magazin Innsbruck
Januar 2017

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Francis Bacon

POST

Francis Bacon was born to English parents living in Dublin, Ireland, on October 28, 1909. After traveling to Germany and France as a young man, he settled in London and began a career as a self-taught artist. Most of his paintings from the 1940s to '60s depict the human figure in scenes that suggest alienation, violence and suffering. Bacon's provocative, expressive work is considered some of the most important art of the postwar era. He died in Madrid, Spain, on April 28, 1992.

Contact

Come and work with me

Have a speaking engagement you’d like to discuss? Illustration request? Just want to say hello? Let’s keep in touch!

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+43(0)664-5439696

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marie@emilieclemence.com

Have a project of illustration in mind?

It would be great to hear more over the phone, email or coffee — or I’ve prepared a few questions to help get things started…

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I work from my office in Innsbruck.

Riesengasse 8

A-6020 Innsbruck