ANDY WARTHOG Single Edition Print
Features Pigcasso, the painting pig
Large, bold and bright – just like the subject, herself.
Each print has an original nose-tip signature by Pigcasso
Counter-signed and numbered by Farm Sanctuary SA director Joanne Lefson
Benefits Farm Sanctuary, South Africa, where Pigcasso lives
Here’s your opportunity to invest in art history!
Pigcasso the painting pig is releasing 177 Single Edition Prints in order to partly fund a ground-breaking exhibition. OINK! A ‘Pork-Provoking Journey on our Love for Food, Animals and Global Warnings’ aims to go global later this year in London. Oxford, Paris, Brussels, Amsterdam, Hamburg and beyond. This unprecedented initiative will showcase the extraordinary ‘pork-traits’ of Pigcasso.
The goal? To inspire an awakened connection between our food, animals and climate change – and to position Pigcasso as the most ‘original’ Abstract Expressionist of our time! Ambitious? Sure! But if a pig can paint, this one can sure fly too!
The ‘ANDY WARTHOG’ Single Edition Prints are large, bold and bright – just like the subject, herself. Each one has an original nose-tip signature by Pigcasso and is counter-signed and numbered by Farm Sanctuary SA director Joanne Lefson.
Included with the $1000 investment price (850EURO / ZAR15 000), a Certificate of Authenticity, 3-D watermark and a numbered photographic image of Pigcasso with the artwork. You will also receive a copy of the exhibition catalogue once printed.
ANDY WARTHOG is more than a striking Masterpiece – it’s a reminder of your investment in the passion, the purpose, and the ‘pig-ment’ that is inspiring a kinder, more sustainable world. Thank you for making a difference and supporting our mission.
As the world’s only painting pig, Pigcasso is an original. From pork chop to heralded headliner, Pigcasso is on a mission to paint a better picture for the planet. Art critics agree that Pigcasso has the talent to boldly go where no pig’s prints have gone before - Into the finest art galleries of Paris and New York, providing she doesn’t eat them all first, of course. From pork chop to hog heaven at Farm Sanctuary SA, Pigcasso loves the good things in life: Eat. Sleep. Eat. Paint - and that's no hogwash! At almost 2000 pounds, Pigcasso is one 'heavy-weight' expressionist, creating masterpieces with fellow creative, Jo Lefson. Their primary purpose besides keeping the sanctuary sustained from the sales of the works? To highlight the devastating effects of animal agriculture on climate change while showcasing their Abstract Expressionist collections at the leading Art Exhibitions around the World. Hello Francis Bacon!