Heir to a classical culture, Lapin evolves in an environment influenced by his architect father, a painter of the air passionate about Pop Art. He embraces early the active life in Paris, makes his artistic experiences in self-taught through travels. He breaks the barriers between noble and profane practices to establish his own framework of creation, in which he evolves in complete freedom. He sees no boundary between Nature and Technology, he seeks to depict the link that unifies all things through his avatar, the Rabbit. This character speaks of Man, deprived of his cultural framework, expressing himself through his postures and emotions. It is under the emblem of this animal, which allowed Fibonacci to discover the golden number, that Charles continues his quest for a formula to unify the Whole, the tragedy and the ridiculousness of our lives, their correspondences at all scales of the cosmos.