Marylou's illustration style uses striking silhouettes and forms to create charismatic characters, while her work with type is bold and lively.
In response to a recent editorial commission, Marylou created an image that explores the merits of an open relationship, conveying the possibilities of a polygamous relationship.
She was also approached by the London Transport Museum to illustrate a campaign aimed at educating children on the etiquette for using the London Underground — putting particular emphasis on safety. Marylou's instructional images are eye-catching and informative, conveying their messages in a fun and simple way.
She has also illustated a rock-themed recipe book by Lachlan Hayman, fantastically titled Killing me Souffle. Replete with wordplay, the book blends power ballads and food, featuring recipes such as "Livin' on a Pear" and "Eye of the Tikka." Her accompanying illustrations match the tongue-in-cheek tone of the book, bringing to life the punning title of each recipe.
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