Marie Molterer is an innovative textile designer and illustrator who specializes in printed textiles for fashion. She first studied in Berlin, Germany and in Antwerp, Belgium, before graduating from Ravensbourne College in 2009. Her graduate collection was chosen as winner of the Texprint Chairman's Prize in 2009, and was nominated for the Zandra Rhodes Colour.
She worked at Preen, Jonathan Saunders and Keiller Gordon textile design studio. Marie revendicates her obsession with colour. Her prints -digital and screen printed- start “as paper collages, drawings, and doodles”. She lists her interests as Louise Bourgeois, American Indian folk art, the Russian Constructivists and Futurists, print designs by Josef Frank, literature by Haruki Murakami and Amelie Nothomb, and Oskar Schlemmer's 'Mechanical Ballet'.
Marie's work has been featured in the blog Stylebubble, Whats Wrong With The Zoo, River Island Magazine, and Fashion156. She is also a member of the Pentadaidecagon fashion collective, a group of fifteen new fashion designers, illustrators and photographers. Marie currently resides and works in London.