Giulio Vesprini was born in Civitanova Marche in 1980.
He has been studying at the Accademia delle Belle Arti of Macerata and he has graduated with a Bachelor’s degree at the University of Architecture of Ascoli Piceno. Since 2004 he has made a lot of national and foreign urban art projects.
He works also in the graphic design and visual communication field, dealing with companies, cultural events, and institutions.
He is a leading professional of the graphic design and urban art scene and he has been featured in different publications, like Basic Logos, Book, Web Index Design, Fresh Public, Design&Design, Illustratore Italiano and several exhibitions like DEJ “Digital is Human” at the Museo della Scienza e della Tecnologia of Milan, “Banlieue” at the Institut Francais of Milano, “Le MUR” in Saint-Étienne and the CHEAP Festival in Bologna. Since 2009 he is the curator of “Vedo a Colori”, an urban renewal project that uses street art to renovate the port of Civitanova Marche.
In 2013 he founded Asinus in Cathedra independent studio, and, during the same year, he began his research on the notion of “archigrafia”, transforming it in a workshop and itinerant activities on the relationship between graphic design and architecture, communication and space. Since 2005 he has been displaying his artworks in national and foreign galleries. During the last years, he has been working on important projects for clients like Ikea Italia, Bruno Barbieri, Pinacoteca Civica of Ancona, Il Sole 24 Ore, Enel, Rag&Bone NYC and many more.