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Meet Pigcasso, The Artistic Pig of Cape Town
 
Meet Pigcasso, an artistic pig from Cape Town which is making headlines by becoming the first non-artist and African to design a Swatch watch.

Meet Pigcasso, an artistic pig from Cape Town which is making headlines by becoming the first non-artist and African to design a Swatch watch.

Pigcasso, a rescued pig, paints on a canvas at the Farm Sanctuary in Franschhoek, outside Cape Town, South Africa.

Pigcasso, a rescued pig, paints on a canvas at the Farm Sanctuary in Franschhoek, outside Cape Town, South Africa.

Earlier this week, Switzerland based watch company, Swatch made the announcement of their new and limited edition,

Earlier this week, Switzerland based watch company, Swatch made the announcement of their new and limited edition, 'Flying Pig by Ms Pigcasso'.

Pigcasso as she is aptly known as rescued from a slaughterhouse in 2016.

Pigcasso as she is aptly known as rescued from a slaughterhouse in 2016.

Pigcasso holds a canvas at the Farm Sanctuary in Franschhoek, outside Cape Town, South Africa.

Pigcasso holds a canvas at the Farm Sanctuary in Franschhoek, outside Cape Town, South Africa.

Pigcasso looks at a canvas after painting at the Farm Sanctuary in Franschhoek, outside Cape Town.

Pigcasso looks at a canvas after painting at the Farm Sanctuary in Franschhoek, outside Cape Town.

Pigcasso, a rescued pig, paints on a canvas at the Farm Sanctuary in Franschhoek, outside Cape Town, South Africa.

Pigcasso, a rescued pig, paints on a canvas at the Farm Sanctuary in Franschhoek, outside Cape Town, South Africa.

This talented bore lives in South Africa

This talented bore lives in South Africa's Farm Sanctuary and is known for her unique love of painting.

Pigcasso, a rescued pig, is seen in an organic vegetable garden after painting at the Farm Sanctuary in Franschhoek, outside Cape Town, South Africa.

Pigcasso, a rescued pig, is seen in an organic vegetable garden after painting at the Farm Sanctuary in Franschhoek, outside Cape Town, South Africa.

Pigcasso, a rescued pig, cools down in a mud bath after painting at the Farm Sanctuary in Franschhoek, outside Cape Town, South Africa.

Pigcasso, a rescued pig, cools down in a mud bath after painting at the Farm Sanctuary in Franschhoek, outside Cape Town, South Africa.

 
 
 
 
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