The Casol Lion, 2009

The Casol Lion

June 2009

To join the Je Suis Une Fauve campaign for the Carrés Casol in 2009, Mickaël Casol, founder of CASOL and martial arts master, and his fiancée Noriko Emen, herself a Buddhist, wanted to capture the spirit of the warrior in an image. Created by Japanese artist Setsuko Fukuzawa, the lion is inspired by the armor of Alexander the Great's father, King Philip of Macedonia. If you watch carefully in Rome, you will also find water fountains with lion heads, a legacy of the Roman Empire, and Italian ancestors of the Casol family. The Lion : symbol of power, courage and respect.

Carré Casol

The campaign Je Suis Une Fauve, came from the paintings in Neo-Fauvism of Maryse Casol. Symbol of French art de vivre, every women love to receive their Casol silk scarves as a gift!

Maryse Casol, Essentielle Simplicité I, 2009

Essentielle Simplicité I

Maryse Casol
Sennelier oil on Gianfrancesco cotton canvas

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