Thomas Lélu is a French artist, writer, photographer, art director and filmmaker, who is based in Paris. After graduating from L’école des Arts Décoratifs, he started off as a graphic designer. He published a series of conceptual yet humorous art books and novels with Léo Scheer. His artworks have been shown in prestigious museums: Palais de Tokyo, Fondation Cartier, Musée D’art Moderne, and galleries such as Dominique Fiat - who introduced him at the Fiac with the now famous L.V.M.H.O.O.Q. painting, Yvon Lambert, Vincenz Sala and Nuke.