David Luraschi is a French-American based in Paris. He holds a BA in Film Studies from the San Francisco State University and a Masters in Art Direction from Lausanne in Switzerland.
His artwork has been exhibited in Europe and the U.S. He is a contributor to magazines like the AMERICAN VOGUE or M LE MONDE and his commissioned work is featured in the books “NEAPOLIS” published by ILL-STUDIO or “MARSEILLE JE T’AIME” by JACQUEMUS.
Clients include HERMES, DIOR, JACQUEMUS, NIKE, RIMOWA, NINA RICCI, GALLERIES LAFAYETTE or L’OPERA DE PARIS for whom he directed a film titled “GISELLE: THE WALKING LANDSCAPE”.
Other films include “HOW TO MAKE A BOOK” celebrating Ralph Gibson or “PENNY GIRL” showcasing musician Cola Boyy.