Graphic House Design

Marcia Vlachou

Graphic Designer and Creative


Hello and Welcome to my Page. Here’s a quick summary about me.

I have a bachelor’s degree in Communication Arts from Campus Arts & Sciences in Greece. I have worked in well-known magazines as an Editor and Chief Editor. I left that career to raise my daughter, and instead chose to work as a freelancer from home. During this time, I studied Graphic Design and Web Development through courses from Kapodistriako University. I started working as a professional graphic designer in 2010, taking on freelance jobs for various clients and companies.

I opened my own office and established my own company in 2016 when I decided to stop working for others and started working for myself. GraphicHouseDesign on Etsy was my first shop, and from there, I was approached by Silhouette Design Store and Adobe to become a contributor. It was, and still is, a very beautiful journey. Along the way, I discovered my love for illustration.

I understand how difficult and challenging it can be to stand out. I hope that through this blog, I can share with you some of my knowledge, passion, and skills. It is my effort to effectively communicate with you, presenting both the best and worst aspects of this job and conveying the reality of it.


Mother of 6 kids: 2 dogs, 2 cats, 1 budgie and one beautiful daughter.

Avid Gamer est 1993 when I had my first Super Nes….

Favorite Games: Zelda, Supermario, Oblivion, Sims, Simcity, Zooplanet.

Currently Playing: Genshin Impact

Manga: Vampire Knight Matsuri Hino

Yes I did write fanfiction in my spare time. I hope that one day I can publish it.


Photoshop > I know it well but you must pay me to use it (LOL).

Adobe Illustrator > my favorite as I do vectors and fonts I spend most of my time using Illustrator.

In Design: Next favorite. Creates amazing layouts. I have missed it.

Procreate: Ok this is an addiction. LOL.

Canva: Really easy to use. Customers can customize the templates so it is much preferred from Adobe Programs like InDesign.

FontSelf to create fonts.

ClipStudio for the late hours.

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