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A Pigs Interest
This is an artwork I did called “A pigs Interest” about the banking industry. The Hammers look as if they are in motion and about to break the piggy bank. I used regular pine plywood carved into the main shape and the pig is sitting on a chopping block made of Walnut and Ash. The pig is fired clay.
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Looking at this I think of Pink Floyd.
Very clever "A pigs Interest" about the banking industry ..... you must have quite a collection of 'tooled play on words'. Keep it up.
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