My name is Catherine Chronopoulou and I have been working as a designer for 10 years. My main activity has been graphic design but I have also broaden the scope of my work to motion design and stage design projects.

I have been involved in book design projects for the publisher Racine/Lannoo. Those of which: the collection of guides Promenades dans la ville (7 tomes are available in the libraries), two exhibition catalogues for the Art and History Museum of the Cinquantenaire, an exhibition catalogue for the modern Art Museum of Mons, and several others.

My close collaboration with director Didier Malchaire ( has lead me to create graphic design, illustrations and typographic compositions for Motion graphic films. We have worked with Mostra agency for the DG budget, with Tipik agency for Europe direct, and also for clients such as TAIEX and BeTV for the titles of Les Magrittes du cinema.

My graphic design projects include global brand images too such as the Viva Brasil exhibition at the Belvue Museum where I produced all the communication media: big banners, brochures, flyers, exhibition signage, web banners.

Having worked in graphic design studios before (Cream design, Hic sel es, Sign*, I am also used to work as a team.

Through the years, I have gained high knowledge of the printing production, organisation and coordination of schedules and delivery.

Passionate about culture and the live performing arts, I followed a stage design course in the Antwerp Academy of Arts. I have since then worked as assistant stage designer for Vincent Lemaire at the Royal Opera of Wallonia and created my own design at the children’s theater Het Paleis in Antwerpen. My curiosity has also lead me to work as a decorator for a science-fiction movie, where I experienced constructing the room for the king of the zombies 🙂

Since I graduated from ENSAV LaCambre I have been trying to expand my knowledge of visual art. As a creative person, I’m always keen on new challenges.

Let’s meet and create beautiful things together!


Special thanks to Alice Piemme for the photos!