Marilyn Faucher was asked to illustrate the cover of a special edition of the Fall Arts Guide for The Baltimore Sun. The Fall Arts Guide 2017, published on September 3rd, covers cultural events from music to film festivals. Faucher’s cover illustration of a young man and young woman painting a mural on a brick wall that reads, ‘Fall Arts […]
Marilyn Faucher created this illustration for CHU Sainte-Justine, one of the largest pediatric hospitals in Canada. Faucher is portraying the warmth and ambience of CHU-Sainte-Justine in this illustration published to promote the hospital on social media. A mother seated in a recliner, holds the newborn she gave birth to at CHU Sainte-Justine as her young child and husband look on and hospital staff […]
Marilyn Faucher was commissioned by La Courte échelle to illustrate a children’s book named Un ami Lumineux from the author Simon Boulerice.
Marilyn Faucher was commissioned by Les miels d’Anicet to illustrate a custom postcard to thank their clients during the holiday season.
Marilyn Faucher was commissioned by La Courte échelle to illustrate a children’s book named Mon ami Lumineux from the author Simon Boulerice. The book will be release in spring 2017.
Marilyn Faucher was commissioned by Kids can press to illustrate a children’s book named Animals do, too! from the author Etta Kaner. The book will be release in spring 2017, stay tuned!
Marilyn Faucher was commissioned by Bouffe media magazine to illustrate an article about Danish traditions in winter.
Marilyn Faucher was commissioned by Inhabit media to illustrate an educational picture book. Unfortunately, the project ended before it comes to term.
Marilyn is currently working on a personal book project called Christmas magic.
Marilyn Faucher create an illustration for the 30th anniversary book of GRIS-Montréal celebrating the incredible work of the organization through various testimony.
Marilyn creates an illustration for the contest Expoplus inspired by a quotes from Roald Dahl. “And above all, watch with glittering eyes the whole world around you because the greatest secrets are always hidden in the most unlikely places. Those who don’t believe in magic will never find it.”
Marilyn Faucher was commissioned by Paprika to create a series of three Christmas stamps for Canada Post. Unfortunately, her proposition wasn’t selected.
Marilyn Faucher illustrated an album for kids from the author Margaret Wise Brown published by Paragon books in UK.
Marilyn Faucher recently created a Christmas office party illustration for a beauty salon called Nastou Esthétique.
Marilyn Faucher illustrated the branding for her friend Natsou who has just started her own beauty salon called Nastou Esthétique.
Marilyn Faucher illustrated an article for the November issue of San Antonio Magazine about meal time.
Marilyn Faucher was commissioned by Baltimore Sun to illustrated an overview of the annual big season of galas and parties to benefit Baltimore organizations.
Marilyn Faucher was happy to collaborate in the first printed issue of Rutabaga Magazine “Se réunir autour d’un repas”.
Marilyn Faucher illustrated an article for San Antonio Magazine about children’s gratitude.
Marilyn Faucher was commissioned by Presbyteriann Record magazine to illustrated the story The horizon of hope an excerpt from the book of Pamela R. McCarroll.
Marilyn Faucher was commissioned to illustrate the latest cover of Pharmacy practice magazine.