GIULIA KASCINA

Hello.
I am Giulia Kascina and I am specialised in creating unique Personal and Corporate Identity.

My other major fields of professional interest are Art Advisory, promotion of artists through effective multi channel marketing campaigns and organisation of exclusive cultural events.

Based in Italy.

Working Worldwide.

jkashina@gmail.com

Latest Posts

  • Susie Pearce. The Sea of Constant Changes, on Canvas.
    I have never met Susie personally (for now!) but just by exchanging letters and getting to know her art, I somehow started having that pleasant and quite rare feeling of being on the same wave. We both are passionate sea lovers constantly immersed into the chaos of being mothers to quite a lot of children. We both have to balance our creative lives and family responsibilities on every day basis. Marketing backgroundContinue reading “Susie Pearce. The Sea of Constant Changes, on Canvas.”
  • Man Ray. Selected Works
    “I have finally freed myself from the sticky medium of paint, and am working directly with light itself.” So enthused Man Ray (born Emmanuel Radnitzky) in 1922, shortly after his first experiments with camera-less photography. He remains well known for these images, commonly called photograms but which he dubbed “rayographs” in a punning combination of his own name and the word “photograph.” The son of Jewish immigrants—his father was a tailor andContinue reading “Man Ray. Selected Works”
  • Henrik Isaksson Garnell. Collapse
    One of the most exciting parts of my work is discovering new unconventional Art that has no fear to experiment, to destroy boundaries and merge freely with other intellectual and spiritual spheres. This is why I consider myself extremely lucky to have run into Henrik Isaksson Garnell‘s profile. The art of this Swedish artist is based on the original idea of giving life to inanimate objects through scientific photographs. As a result,Continue reading “Henrik Isaksson Garnell. Collapse”
  • Alphonse Mucha. Legacy
    Alphonse Mucha was born in 1860 in the Czech Republic. Although his singing abilities earned him several scholarships that allowed him to continue his education through high school in Brno, drawing had been his main hobby since childhood. He began working as a commercial artist in his late teens, painting mostly portraits and theatrical scenery. After living in Vienna for several years, Mucha moved to Paris in 1887, where he volunteered at a lithographyContinue reading “Alphonse Mucha. Legacy”
  • H. R. Cremer’s Mysterious Nymphs
    In the times when Photography was still a nouvelle and somehow eccentric art, Harry Richardson Cremer was lucky to be born in a family of photographers. He was the grandson of James Cremer (1821-93),  a pioneering photographer from Philadelphia, where he worked for 40 years. Already at the outset of his career, James worked with photography as an art form, and in 1876 his photos were exhibited as part of the CentennialContinue reading “H. R. Cremer’s Mysterious Nymphs”
  • George Platt Lynes’ Photography.
    In the 1930’s and 40’s, George Platt Lynes was the best-known fashion and portrait photographer in the U.S. He was also producing an abundance of male nudes that he circulated among friends and occasionally published in the Swiss homosexual magazine Der Kreis under the pseudonyms Roberto Rolf and Robert Orville. Over time, the male nudes became his most valuable artistic endeavor. The photographs we have come to associate with Lynes are often hisContinue reading “George Platt Lynes’ Photography.”
  • Palais Bulles by Antti Lovag.
    Between utopia and futurism, this curvaceous architectural madness never ceases to fascinate. An unreal vision on the heights of the Esterel, overlooking the bay of Cannes in south of France, the Palais Bulles is a UFO with its different architectural universe. Built in 1984, as a cluster of bubbles, by the industrial patron Pierre Bernard and the architect-surgeon Antti Lovag, the residence was bought in 1992 by Pierre Cardin, seduced by itsContinue reading “Palais Bulles by Antti Lovag.”
  • Horst P. Horst. Retrospective.
    Horst was born in Weißenfels-an-der-Saale, East Germany, on 14 August 1906 the son of a prosperous shop owner. Not wanting to be confused with the Nazi official, Martin Bormann, in 1943 he later legally changed his name to Horst P Horst. Horst developed a love for avant-garde art and design at an early age, and left the Kunstgewerbeschule in Hamburg to become an apprentice of the architect, Le Corbusier, in Paris. There,Continue reading “Horst P. Horst. Retrospective.”
  • Andy Warhol’s Marilyn Monroe.
    In 1967, Warhol established a print-publishing business, Factory Additions, through which he published a series of screenprint portfolios on his signature subjects. Marilyn Monroe was the first one. He used the same publicity still of the actress that he had previously used for dozens of paintings. Each image here was printed from five screens: one that carried the photographic image and four for different areas of color, sometimes printed off-register. About repetitionsContinue reading “Andy Warhol’s Marilyn Monroe.”
  • Frescoes of Pompeii.
    Before its catastrophic end, Pompeii and its surrounding cities were something like the Hamptons of Rome. Prominent Romans would retreat to their villas on the picturesque bay, a single day’s sail from the hustling imperial capital. Julius Caesar and the emperors Caligula, Claudius, and Nero all owned houses in the town of Baiae. Augustus vacationed in Surrentum and Pausilypon, and bought the entire island of Capreae (Capri). His son Tiberius built multipleContinue reading “Frescoes of Pompeii.”
  • Sjur Roald: the Delicate Light of Beauty.
    Collaborating with Sjur Roald is always a special pleasure for me since I admire his original artistic style and his calm nordic professionalism. Sjur is well known for his ballet photography and I will be sharing some examples of it in the nearest future. Yet today I would like to start with a special treat for all photography lovers: a selection of some exquisite artistic nudes by Sjur Roald… Just several ofContinue reading “Sjur Roald: the Delicate Light of Beauty.”
  • Pablo Picasso’s Ceramics.
    Before his sixtieth birthday, Picasso had already carved out an indelible place for himself in art history. He had co-founded Cubism, evolved through his various “periods,” painted “Guernica,” engraved and etched his famous “Vollard Suite,” and been the subject of a major Museum of Modern Art retrospective, among other extraordinary and historical milestones. Most artists over 60—with that many accomplishments behind them—would not still be searching for new artistic horizons to explore,Continue reading “Pablo Picasso’s Ceramics.”
  • Yves Saint Laurent’s Love Notes.
    In 1970, Yves Saint Laurent designed the first in a series of greeting cards in poster form that he would send his friends, collaborators, and clients annually until 2007. Every year, Saint Laurent adopted a new color palette and created an image using collage, drawings, and gouache. The leitmotif of every card was the word “LOVE.” Many of the cards were inspired by Morocco, where Saint Laurent frequently created them, but alsoContinue reading “Yves Saint Laurent’s Love Notes.”
  • 1965 Mercer-Cobra Roadster.
    Mercer was an American automobile manufacturer that produced cars before World War II. It had always been one of those lesser-known automotive manufacturers. It was establish in 1909 by William Walter, the original factory would be located in Hamilton. However, debt problems would cause Walter to be bought by the Roeblings who would change the name to Mercer after having relocated the company to Mercer, New Jersey. After Washington Roebling’s death inContinue reading “1965 Mercer-Cobra Roadster.”
  • Ballets Russes of Sergei Diaghilev.
    Founded in 1909 by impresario and art patron Sergei Diaghilev (1872-1929), the Ballets Russes is recognized as the most influential and distinguished ballet company of the twentieth-century.
  • The Ultimate Elegance of Roy Halston.
    Starting my blog with some nostalgic mood and an exquisite treat for every design lover: several images of the king of the ease of 70s glam – ROY HALSTON.