Lou Hillereau is a Berlin-based visual designer working with an open approach in art direction, concept development, print and digital design. Her practice combines an analytic approach with a visual sensibility to develop innovative ideas, consistent systems and unique atmospheres.
Collaborations with other creative professionals & studios are an important part of her practice. As much as her personal graphic experiments, which arise from a perpetual need to question the obvious and test out hypothesis. Both gives her resources to diversify her work and widen her skills.
She is currently working as a part of Studio Yukiko.
After gaining experience with design studios in Paris & Berlin, such as Leslie David, Panatom, Studio Martin Sebald and Gallimard Jeunesse, I worked with Das Büro des Präsidenten during two years before switching to freelance in 2017. Since then I am glad to collaborate with more studios and clients such as Studio Yukiko, Vitali Studio, Babbel, Elke Foltz…
Corporate Identity & Branding
Digital & UI Design
Editorial Design & Layout
Master degree in graphic design, mention Creation & Conception – with honors | 2012
Bachelor degree in graphic design, mention Print matters | 2010
bcm Award 2016 – Silver in the category “Erklärfilm” for the film “In fünf Schritten zum Haus der kleinen Förscher”
(with Das Büro des Präsidenten)
International Poster & Graphic Design Festival of Chaumont, Student Competition | 2010