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Design impacts all our lives and I find it so exciting to be part of this creative journey. It’s pure happiness!

Graphic Design Teacher
London

Céline Bouichou

Tea evangelist, messy creator, cat stalker, wild explorer and existential thinker. Making at the junction of aesthetics and purpose to save the world from poor design. Céline Bouichou is a Franco-Belgian woman passionate about beauty and art. She is a multidisciplinary graphic designer and creative thinker.

What do you love about design?

Design plays such an important part now in my life. It helped me understand who am I, what I like and what I enjoy. Design impacts all our lives and I find it so exciting to be part of this creative journey. Pure happiness!

Why do you teach?

I’ve always challenged myself to go into the unknown. It’s intriguing, exciting, and even scary sometimes, but it has helped me be a better designer. When this opportunity came about, I jumped straight into it. I know the students will bring me so much from their own experiences and I’ll do my best to convey my passion and knowledge.

Tell us about your design career outside of Shillington.

Ever since I joined the design community, my obsession has been advertising. It’s all about creativity, brainstorming, campaigns and making an impact. I just love it. I started with advertising, and then I have been a bit more explorative with freelancing in education and CBD. My motto is: ‘where I’m learning, I’m going!’

What or who are you loving right now?

In a quest to learn and love myself! I would say that my main focus right now is more into my wellbeing and happiness, which sadly I can sometimes forget about. On my list: lots of blueberries, create new illustrations, animations and obviously lots of love from my cat (if he allows it).

If you were a typeface, what would you be?

Mmmmm….Chronicle Display? Quite like coming back in general to something simple and effective.

What’s your favourite blog?

My little pleasure is to always having a look for inspirations on It’s Nice That as they have such an amazing creative community.

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