Breadcrumbs is a digital studio based in Ghent founded by Fred Lagast.

We focus on web and application development and want to help making the web filled with interesting, beautiful, special and inspiring spots.

We believe that every project needs a tailormade approach where the graphic design is as important as the technology that is used to build an application and vice versa.

We help artists and organisations in their communication and offer them a platform to present their work to the world via a digital screen.

Through the years we have had the pleasure to work with a wide variety of inspiring people and organisations. Some projects were very short and intense, others continue for years.

Clients include BKO/RAB, Brussels Art Institute, Clouds, Els Dietvorst, Greentrack, IFB, Jan De Cock, KOPERGIETERY, KVS, Orla Barry, P.A.R.T.S., Sluitertijd, Ultima Vez, Wim Vandekeybus, Wisenose, Yves Velter and many more.

can be found

Wolterslaan 123
B-9040 Gent

+32 478 59 33 05


A selection of sites we published or helped publishing on the www:

P A digital social platform where you can collect books & music
C Website for visual artist, filmmaker and shepherd Els Dietvorst
C Website for the Royal Flemish Theatre in Brussels
C Brussels Kunstenoverleg / Reseau des Arts à Bruxelles
C Website for the Irish artist Orla Barry
P An exercise in trying to look into the future by asking Google and Twitter the same question everyday: "What will happen tomorrow?"
C Brussels Art Institute
C Minisite to promote and support the piece "Mountain" by the Irish artist Orla Barry
P A collection of tweets expressing regret that have been shared with the world but haven't been acknowledged by the online community
C Website for international dancy company Ultima Vez
C A website for David Bruneel showcasing some of his amazing work
C The Black Lamb is an online film project by artist and filmmaker Els Dietvorst
C A place in Ghent, dedicated to drama, dance and music for young people
P Website & DVD for The Rabbit and the Teasel, a film by Els Dietvorst
C Website for the international contemporary artist Jan De Cock
C A personal website for Wim Vandekeybus showcasing his photographic work
P A site that's very hard to like, even if you really want to
P This website has only one simple request: "Please don't like it".
C Learning from Qatar, a project by Jan De Cock
P An investigation into location based social networking
C Pigeon Paper, independent art publisher
C Report Sem Beiras - by Annelies Vaneycken