Transforming public spaces into off-the-wall digital art museums.
Lucas Habouche is a French Motion Designer based in Strasbourg. At the age of 13, he discovered 3ds max, cinema4d, and After Effect software, thanks to which he created his first works and discovered digital art as a self-taught artist. Convinced that he has found his voice in this sector, Lucas works in parallel with his studies at the MJM school in a production studio. He then moved to an animation studio where he stayed for three years before starting his own business. His practice revolves around the study of textures, physics and the forms of our world in order to transcribe part of it into supernatural compositions. Experimentation is at the heart of his approach, he takes a technical approach to the creation of his works.
Lucas is currently performing the video mapping exhibition "La Belle Saison" as part of a collaborative project carried out by AV Extended on the famous Place Stanislas in Nancy. In parallel to this project, Lucas regularly works at the Brassart School where he teaches motion design. Among his clients, Lucas has collaborated with major brands such as Facebook, ARTE, Le Printemps, Mugler, Audemars Piguet and SKII Cosmetics.