Lines that reconnect with the historical memories of painting on wood to imitate carpets in Northern Europe. Sometimes realised with simple decorations, other times with mannerist-style embellishments or even baroque ones. The general style is that of soft images on the floor, enhanced by the use of certain colours. Sometimes with an explicit statement of the textile, with arabesque-like patterns painted in oil on canvas.
Davide Pizzigoni, in 1986 his first solo exhibition. He worked with Olivetti for posters, book covers, lithographs and serigraphs. Then he created the sets and costumes for operas and ballets in Zurich, Vienna, Tokyo. In 1995 he designed the sets and costumes for Aflred Schnittke's "Gesualdo" at the Vienna Staatsoper, conducted by Mstislav Rostropovich. He has designed the sets and costumes for numerous operas and ballets for the New National Theatre of Tokyo. His experience in theatre led him in 1995 to begin a research on space, which increasingly took the shape of a fully-fledged investigation on "La Forma del Vuoto" ("The Form of Emptiness"). This research continues today.
He designs and creates sets for television programs dedicated to the world of architect and design. He's held personal exhibits in Milan, Rome, New York, Tokyo and Osaka. Since 2008 he has worked on the theme of the invisible working on three guidelines: Guardians of the museums, The Men of the XXI century, those who are gone, the Saints: who are the saints today; work conducted together with Fabrizio Bergamo.