Clémence Pollet Clemence Pollet (b. 1985) is an acclaimed French illustrator based in Amiens, France. She has illustrated more than thirty children books that have sold internationally and were translated in several languages. Her distinctive approach to colour and use of a wide range of techniques, ranging from printmaking to the digital, serve a deeply personal universe where animals and human figures blend in astonishing compositions. After studying in Paris, Strasbourg (France) and Bologna (Italy) where she specialized in illustration and etching, her illustrations quickly gained the attention of the public and professionals. Her work was included in major international exhibitions such as the prestigious Bologna Illustrators Exhibition (2007, Italy). She was awarded the Best First Book Prize at the Montreuil Children Book Fair (2009, France) and her adaptation of the famous Chinese legend La Ballade de Mulan won a Chen Bochui award at the 2015 International Shanghai Book Fair.
Black & White, Collage, Colored Pencil, Digital, Figurative, Gouache, Graphic, Line, Line with Color, Mixed Media, Painterly, Pen & Ink, Silhouette, Woodcut, Pattern, Whimsical
Humor, Adventure, Animals, Book Covers, Botanical, Charts, Children, Children's Books, Editorial, Education, Family, Fantasy, Historical, Icons, Maps, Mystery, Nature, People, Posters, Science, Scientific, Travel, Wildlife, Youth