Lacuna Studios is a multi-disciplinary Art Direction platform specialized in the creation of unique aesthetic experiences. Founded in 2019 by Lars Moereels, the studio adopts a 360° vision in photography, video, graphic design, music, fashion, installation and print for both personal and commissioned works.
Driven by a firm belief in the power of bringing people together, the studio is committed to promoting creativity and authenticity in diverse fields. The ideas developed in the studio are manifested in various forms and events, resulting into extraordinary aesthetic encounters and experiences. Lacuna Studios is based in Antwerp, with collaborators from all over the world.
Life and Death has collaborated with Lacuna Studios on a medley of apparel pieces, including bi-color hoodies, as well as hand-dyed and bleached t-shirts. Read more about Lars’ inspiration and style in our exclusive interview below.
How would you describe your artistic style?
Confirming what’s here, affirming whats coming, diluting concepts – seeing communication as our antennae, we’d like to be seen as a pool you want to jump in, as much we want the friction of your body to jump in our pool.
Where do you draw your creative inspiration from?
How did you first connect with our team at Life and Death? Tell us about your most recent collaboration that’s launching this week.
I’ve met Manfre in Antwerp before the pandemic – we had a good time.
You’re in the studio working on your next project. What music are you listening to?
Electronic – Classical – Pop (I’m a sucker for Dua Lipa)
Life and Death is turning 10, what would you like to wish us?
10 more xxx