Molly Line was born and raised in London. She knew from the time she was a child that her life would be an artistic one. She began drawing at a very young age, and eventually studied Illustration at the University of Brighton. Line praises the course, saying that the flexibility and openness at the university allowed her to explore Illustration as a broad term – not one particular practice. She was told that as long as she was communicating an idea, she was illustrating. Her recent body of work is a series of clothing pieces made from discarded fruit and vegetable nets. Line collected the nets from the café she worked at, and accepted donations as well. Despite their status as discard, the nets themselves are beautiful; colourful and translucent.