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Marylou Faure turns to Jelly

Marylou Faure turns to Jelly

French illustrator and art director signs to London production company and illustration agency.

London-based production company and illustration agency Jelly has signed French illustrator and art director, Marylou Faure

After completing her Masters in Art Direction and Graphic Design at L’ESAG Peninghen in Paris, Faure moved to London and has since collaborated with global brands and agencies, such as; Spotify, Google, Le Chocolat des Français and Lyft, providing illustration for a broad range of digital and print projects.

Specialising in character design, bold colours and hand-written typography, Faure says she aspires to create artwork that invokes joy with her cheeky and playful style. Above all, says Jelly, Faure believes in using her skills for good and enjoys working on projects with a strong social or ethical cause.

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