Pino Signoretto was born in 1944 in a small town near Venice; in 1954 he started working in a chandelier furnace. In 1959 he learned from the great masters Alfredo Barbini, Livio Seguso, Ermanno Nason and Angelo Seguso. In 1960 he became a master glassmaker.
In 1978 he opened his own studio in Murano. He began collaborations with painters and architects, including Dalì, Vedova, Licata, Kruft, Dal Pezzo, Vitali, Pomodoro, Willson. In the 90s he was called to teach in universities and design schools in the United States, Canada and Japan. From 2000 he taught at the Academy of Fine Arts in Venice.
Magnificent and prestigious are his large works, such as twelve large fountains for a Japanese hotel, the horse for the 1999 Film Festival and an all-glass house in the Swiss forests. And also a Pantheon supported by eight columns and with a fountain in the center, and then the clowns, so alluding to human vulnerability, and animals, beings cradled by the arms of live fire.