Remo Saraceni is an Italian-born world-renowned artist, engineer, and lighting designer. He is best known for inventing the Walking Piano (Big Piano) that became a hallmark in the major motion picture Big (1988), starring Tom Hanks. The Big Piano is just one of Remo's many interactive creations that connect the imagination of childhood with the technology of the future.
Remo's unique combination of scientific intellect and creative capital have earned him the description "high-tech Renaissance Man." Remo's credentials also include works on display in science and art museums, discovery centers, and children's hospitals throughout the world.
Remo's Clouds are in the collections of major museums and featured in the Whitney Museums collection "High Styles: 100 years of American Design" along side other masters like Tiffany, Frank Lloyd Wright and Frank Gehry. Updated for the 21st century The Musical Cloud® by Remo Saraceni is a revolution in design, merging light, sound and sculpture in a single form.