From Out of the Ashes: A Piggy Phoenix

Two pigs get married

Sometimes, art comes out of the trash.

Jonathan purchased these cute pig figurines a few years ago. He loved their whimsical pigginess, the look in the groom’s eye and the blushing playfulness of the bride. He promptly set them up and photographed them. He planned to paint the little pigs. (Jonathan has always loved painting vintage toys. You can see examples of his Fisher-Price/vintage toy paintings on his website.)

Alas, Jonathan never got the chance to paint them. The fragile porcelain figurines proved too alluring for our then-five-year old and she destroyed them with one swipe of her hand. Into the trash they went, a pile of shards.

Until last week when Jonathan came across the photograph he took before the pigs shattered. He asked me, did I think they would translate well to our new Fat and Appy canvases? I said I thought they would, and so he created a digital drawing of our besotted pig friends on their Big Day. I wish them well, don’t you?

“Marry Me Pig” is available in green, gray and peach at FatandAppy.com, starting at $99. All purchases through April 24 receive a free copy of Love Is in the Air by Jonathan Fenske. Sign up for our emails and receive 15% off your next purchase. 

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2 thoughts on “From Out of the Ashes: A Piggy Phoenix

  1. Pingback: The Bunny Makes the Journey | I Love Your Work, Jonathan Fenske

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