Meet Pigcasso: The World’s First Pig Artist

Joane Lefson rescued a one-month-old piglet from a slaughterhouse and soon realized that the animal was special. According to Joane, of his own free will, the little pig started painting canvases in a sanctuary located in South Africa. Now this full-grown pig is known as Pigcasso and one of his artworks has just broken a record. The artistic pig made a painting that was sold for roughly $23,000.

Pigcasso - the first pig artist ever!

Pigcasso - the first pig artist ever!

Pigcasso - the first pig artist ever!

Pigcasso - the first pig artist ever!

Pigcasso - the first pig artist ever!

Pigcasso - the first pig artist ever!

Pigcasso - the first pig artist ever!

Pigcasso - the first pig artist ever!

Pigcasso - the first pig artist ever!

Pigcasso - the first pig artist ever!

Pigcasso - the first pig artist ever!

Pigcasso - the first pig artist ever!

Pigcasso - the first pig artist ever!

Pigcasso - the first pig artist ever!

Pigcasso - the first pig artist ever!

Pigcasso - the first pig artist ever!

Pigcasso - the first pig artist ever!

Pigcasso - the first pig artist ever!

Pigcasso - the first pig artist ever!

Pigcasso - the first pig artist ever!

Pigcasso - the first pig artist ever!

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  1. The Real Anon January 9, 2022

    That pig is a better painter/artist than I am.

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  2. Anonymous January 9, 2022

    A Master of Swine Arts!

  3. Anonymous January 10, 2022

    ARNOLD ZIFFEL HAS SOMETHING TO SAY ABOUT THAT

  4. Digipig January 11, 2022

    Sell it as NFTs and get filthy rich.

  5. Bacon Boy January 11, 2022

    Although a weeee! bit pricey it’s better to buy one of these pork paintings than a fart in a jar.

  6. Naminsky January 12, 2022

    Should have painted a bacon.

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