Parisian artist Eric Lambert desired a career in the field of advertising. He studied at the Ecole Professionnelle de Dessin Industriel for four years and then worked as an infographics artist for the NCD COM communication agency. He was co-founder of another agency (TOUNSE) in 1992, but his ambitions eventually led him to comics. He replied to an advertisement by Zone Créative to participated in the collective BD Clip No. 2. The project was never realized, but it did result in him meeting scriptwriter Jean-Luc Istin. It was in 1999 when Lambert and Istin embarked on their first joint comics effort, the heroic fantasy series 'Merlin', that was published in ten book by Nucléa and Soleil until 2010.
Together with Éric Stalner, he is responsible for the artwork of 'Flor de Luna', a series co-scripted by Stalner and Pierre Boisserie since 2007. He also drew the 11th book in Stalner and Boisserie's 'Voyageur' series in 2010. In the same year, he created the historical series 'Le Dernier Cathare' with Arnaud Delalande, published by 12bis & Grasset. Lambert participated in a collective comic book about the city of Toulouse in 2011.