Quentin Lamouroux Graphic designer About © 2020

Hi! I'm Brussels based and I work independently as editorial, type and digital designer. I’m interested in speculative & experimental projects; archeology, technology & future; environmental & societal matters; using design as a solution.

I'm looking for opportunities to collaborate on new projects. We can work together to build websites, design books or work on visual identities.

For questions or collaborations, get in touch with me at lamourouxqu[at]gmail.com.

2020 — Currently in Master Design and political of the multiple, Typography, Erg (École de Recherche Graphique), Brussels [be].

2016-19 — Graduated in Bachelor Typography, Erg (École de Recherche Graphique), Brussels [be].

2013-15 — Graduated in Communication School, Lille 3 University, Lille [fr].

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Font in use : Libre Caslon.

06 — *STUDIO_1X)

www.studio-1x.com is a Europe-based brand encouraging social consciousness through contemporary culture. The webshop was designed as a minimalist grid system alternating boxes to lay out various contents : from products, campaign and collaborations, to essays and artists manifesto.

Font in use : OldStandard.



The starting point of the project was a specific interest in an everyday object — originally designed to be functional — elevated to the status of collection/art object : the glass. The project is developed by using a database composed with an images corpus of blown glasses collected from diverse museums collections. The book presents a classification of these glasses confronting their functional dimension (comfort while drinking, comfort in hand, liquid capacity…) and their esthetic dimension (shape, fanciness, ornementation, illustration, message…) while using their basic typologies (provenance, period, localisation, dimensions…) to illustrate « the hidden nature of the object » (La dimension cachée de l’objet), in other words : its fetishizing.

27 × 36 cm, 156 pages. Fonts in use : Wremena Light & Regular.



Digital communication for Le Songe at Espace Moss. Le Songe is an initiatory route to a hypnotic landscape where people, plants and technology create an unique living environment. The project questions our intuitive feelings and knowledge of the surrounding universe, guided by our own interpretation of sound waves.

Graphic design inspired by Hypnerotomachia Poliphili (1467, unknown author). Font in use : OldStandard.



When I started the project I was interested in font classifications and specifically in hybrid font. The first step was to juxtapose paths from two fonts which already existed and did’t share the same font category to draw a new path. From this first research, I identified the main principles which made me think of a ribbon. The following step was guided by the art of folding, and more specifically the Hakama's measurements guide which is Japanese samouraï’s large pleated pants. So, from there, the font Hakama get its inspiration from the conception of the traditional hakama : extended, thin, with several foldings which do its particularity.

Hakama is free, OpenSource & distributed on demand (and still under construction).



Speculative project which takes its beginning in plastic overconsumption in the food industry. Inspired by the commercial codes and conservation techniques, Ecocore is a company which sells plastic as a real food, packaged under-vacuumed itself in plastic. The project diverts the primary function of plastic by making the container the content to be preserved.

So, Ecocore is an online modern-day shop, offering essential products to help keeping our planet clean and stop eating meat. The mission is to propose widely accessible, well-made and durable products made to be used for everyday, and for a long time. Sustainable has been a primary consideration in developing Ecocore and naturally incorporated in all processes, from the choice of suppliers to material. That is why we invest time in research to offer you products with the longest life. The company works hardly to build up the future.

Font in use : Fivo Sans Modern.



This book highlights Concrete Poetry which is a term now used to designate various innovations and experiences after the Second World War that revolutionize the art of writing poem on a global scale and by expanding the possibilities of expression and of communication.

22 × 28 cm. Fonts in use : Manifont Grotesk & Fira Code Light.