Daniele Sigalot was born in Rome in 1976. He is creative in the field of publicity, where he works for seven years among various agencies in Italy, Spain and Great Britain. In 2007 he left Saatchi & Saatchi London to spend full time on the Blue & Joy artistic project, which he founded with Fabio La Fauci. The name of the project becomes for years a true pseudonym of the duo Sigalot / La Fauci, which until 2013 continues a prolific four-handed production. At the end of 2014, the duo melted, and Daniele Sigalot now continues his solo career by concentrating his work on large installations and unconventional mosaics.
The center of his research spins around the ambiguity between the perception of the materials used and their real nature, making the contrast a key to reading all his works. His most recognizable works are certainly the large installations of aircraft apparently paper but actually of metallic nature. Along with these fleets of planes, Daniele Sigalot literally flew around the world with his planes, bringing them to more than thirty cities in the four corners of the planet.
Sigalot lives and works in Berlin, where for ten years his studio has been renamed La Pizzeria.