Are you an eco‑conscious business looking for print or web design services?

I'm a multidisciplinary graphic designer based in Edinburgh who treats sustainability as a core principle of my creation process.

Eco-friendly design services

Green website design

Includes responsive mobile/desktop designs that are lightweight and fast (website development can be arranged).

Eco-friendly custom illustrations

Includes digital/vector/bitmap artwork, print illustrations, screen printing, laser cutting & hand sewn bookbinding.

Eco-conscious branding & logo design

Includes logo design and style guide, as well as branded social media banners, posters, booklets & slideshows.

Green print design

Includes posters, leaflets, booklets & business cards, that have been optimized for material & ink usage.

How I can help

I work for businesses that are concerned about their impact on climate change. I aim to understand the needs and challenges of each business and devise a solution that meets their goals in an eco-friendly way. I provide design solutions that reduce energy and resource usage, such as low footprint website designs and print designs that minimise ink usage.

I’m available for contract work now in Edinburgh, UK and remotely. To get started on your eco-friendly graphic design journey get in touch with me today.

My design background

I specialised in sustainable graphic design during my Masters degree in Fine Art at Le Havre’s National Fine Art School in France. My research on this topic has been featured in Etapes, a well-known French graphic design and visual culture magazine.

I believe a low-carbon lifestyle is a must in both our personal and professional lives to overcome the climate change crisis.


Zero waste cooperative: Graphic identity, web design & leaflets

Set of four SHRUB Coop flyers with grey & black, green, red, and orange outlines. Illustrations are cropped by a colored diagonal footer.
SHRUB Coop is an Edinburgh based charitable organisation that empowers local communities to live low carbon lifestyle. This set of 4 A5 flyers made for SHRUB Coop was designed to be printed in risography, a low carbon emission printing technique where colors are applied one by one in a series of layers. The first flyer gives an overview of the goals and projects of the charity. The three other flyers explain ’s main zero waste activities in more detail: food sharing initiatives, bike repairing workshops and their second hand shop (see footer for illustrations credits).
Person with long hair holding a black frame where the frame displays eight labelled black outlined illustrations of hand signs. On the right, a bold title is followed by a short paragraph. Both are written in the red colour of the brand.
This A3 poster resume the eight hand signals used at the SHRUB Coop during working group and general meetings. This poster was made to be displayed in the charity’s cafe, food rescue and second hand shop to help newcomers to learn the hand signals (see footer for illustrations and mockup picture credits).
Desktop landing page mockup of SHRUB Coop website top and bottom
Top and bottom of the responsive home page designed for the SHRUB Cooperative.
Desktop mockup working group page SHRUB Cooperative
Desktop mockup for one of the project pages for the SHRUB Cooperative website.

Low carbon transport festival: Design & copy of poster & flyer

Mockup of the flyer with joyful illustrations of people, bike cargobike, adaptable bike and a dog. Printed on off-white paper with shades of the same blue.
Front and back of the flyer for Bikefest at Bellfield, Edinburgh. Designed for Riso printing. More details coming soon.

Pizza restaurant: Illustration & design of foldable takeaway menu

Top half of flyer
Takeaway menu flyer design for a traditional French pizza restaurant. I designed the flyer to be foldable with reduced ink coverage compared to the original. It features bespoke illustrations and a custom colour palette from myself.
Bottom half of flyer
Bottom half of the takeaway menu design.

Yoga coach & teacher: Logo design

Yoga with Vico's rectangular logo design shown on a business card made from recycled paper. The card is held by a hand in front of green plant leaves.
Business card for Yoga with Vico showing the coloured logo. Vico is an independent professional yoga teacher and certified breath coach who has a background in occupational therapy.
Yoga with Vico's square logo design shown on a natural fibre tote bag. Background is plain and light aquamarine colored.
Tote bag showing the dark version of the Yoga with Vico logo. Vico is based in Copenhagen and takes pride in making yoga accessible to everyone by adapting her teachings to the physical abilities and mental health needs of her students.
Yoga with Vico alternative logo on black and white background
An alternative logo design created during the design process. The face outline in the logo is based on Vico’s likeness. The hair creates an open circle in reference to the Ensō symbol often seen in yoga community.

Wedding: Illustration & design of invitations

Mockup of the back of the wedding invitation on a colored background. Includes coloured illustrations of eucalyptus and peonies.
Back of the wedding invitations. Based in A5 paper format, the invitation card is designed to fold on its right and left sides to become its own envelope to reduce paper usage. I produced the custom illustrations myself by hand, based on the plants to be used for the bride’s bouquet.
Mockup of the front of the envelope/invitation showing the addressee's name and address, two stamps and plants illustrations. The invite is displayed on the front of a vase containing a green-blue bunch of plants with a wooden panel background visible.
The front of the wedding invitation card once folded into its envelope form. It shares the same flower and plant pattern used ons the back of the card. Corresponding wedding menu and signage coming soon.

Masters thesis: Research, writing, design & bookbinding

2 white copy of the essai about ethical and ecological graphic design are stacked on each other front cover visible.
“Can graphic design be sustainable?": this the question I looked to answer in my Masters thesis. Download the PDF, in French, titled as “Des cycles et des hommes: Le design graphique peut-il être écologique?” or purchase an handmade limited printed editions from L’Atelier Téméraire. This work was published in the French graphic design and visual culture magazine Etapes (243th issue, special edition on design and sustainability.)
Sustainable communication thesis spine spreaded by fingers to show the discarded printings.
The thesis was originally printed on reclaimed paper collected from the workshop of the university and the cover pages were made from eco-friendly handmade rag paper. Each reclaimed sheet had a side that had already been printed on for another use and one blank side to be used for the thesis. Each page in the thesis is built from one reclaimed sheet folded over itself so the blank side is on the outside ready to be printed on (see picture). The whole thesis was then tightly bound together by a single linen thread to hold the sheets together.


We’ve had a fantastic response to the postersthat Angélique created for us and we were impressed throughout the thoughtful creative process. We share values of environmental awareness and we opted for low carbon Riso Printing which Angélique embraced. I felt she really connected with and cared about our project and has brought something special to the event, we’re very grateful to have had the opportunity to work with such a fantastic designer.

Angélique designed an eye-catching, contemporary, aesthetic that ran consistently through our print and digital assets. She perfectly understood our audience and what we were trying to do with brand positioning at SHRUB Coop that tied together with our 4 major project activities. Angélique created our environmentally friendly risograph leaflets, which are both super cost-effective, stylish, and use very little printing ink.

In the early stages of designing our new website, Angélique pitched us the idea of a lightweight responsive design that would be low carbon and more inclusive by allowing people with slower connection speeds to access our content with ease.

Angelique is an excellent designer with a great eye for detail and ability to bring designs together into a coherent overall brand. She brings exciting creative ideas to meetings and also takes on board other people’s ideas and feedback. She does what she promises promptly and well.

Angelique’s work was essential in rebranding our organisation, making it clearer and reaching out to a wider audience. We’ve had loads of excellent feedback from our community and beyond about all of her designs and the overall look.

photo of Sarah C. & Thomas B.
Sarah C. & Thomas B., private commission

Angélique turned our initial idea into a magnificent wedding invitation with hand drawn custom illustrations. Her approach led to a design that was original and reduced paper waste.

We’d highly recommend working with Angélique for her professionalism, ability to listen and her graphic design expertise.

Angélique and Sean designed the Fogbender landing page on time, under budget, and with exceptional post-hand-off support. They quickly grasped the concept of a nontrivial product, asked the right questions, helped us with copy, and delivered a well-thought-out Figma spec for web and mobile. We hope to continue working with them in the future and highly recommend their services to anyone looking for help with professional website design.

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