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Pig & Hog Statues (page 3)

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Rachel
Seattle, WA
The giant bronze piggy bank statue is known as Rachel. It was created by Georgia Gerber and installed in front of Pike Place Market in 1986. The statue was modeled after a real pig named Rachel. Donations deposited to the statue go to the Pike Place Market Foundation which supports low-income and elderly downtown residents. [map]

Billie the Piggybank
Seattle, WA
Billie the Piggybank was located at the Pike Place Market. This bronze statue was also created by Georgia Gerber. It was originally installed at the Market Heritage Center in 2000. It was moved to Pike Place Market in 2011. Donations deposited through the slot in Billie's back go to low-income charities. In 2017, the statue was moved to the Pike Place MarketFront expansion.

Maximus Minimus [gone]
Seattle, WA
The Maximus Minimus food truck was designed and built by Colin Reedy in 2009. The food truck featured pulled pork sandwiches and was moved around town to various locations. These photos are from 2016. The food truck has been in storage since 2017.

Giant Pig
San Antonio, TX
This Giant Pig is installed on a pole at Augie's Barbed Wire Smokehouse. It was built in 2011. The head and tail are an addition to a mushroom-shaped sculpture for Augie's that had flames and a painted pig head. For more, see this website. [map]

Sham Hock
Ventura, CA
Sham Hock is a 20-foot-long inflatable green pig. He had been the mascot for Ventura's St. Patrick's Day parade since 1990. These photos are from 2015. In 2017, the pig split a seam and could not be repaired. In 2018, a new pig was built. "Sham Hock 2" looks the same but is a brighter green.

Giant Pig
Shelton, WA
Babe's Bar-B-Que & Brewhouse
Rancho Mirage, CA
This welded metal Giant Pig was installed in 2011 in protest of an increase in County property taxes. [map]

Babe's Bar-B-Que & Brewhouse opened in 2002. These three bronze pigs are located outside the restaurant. Their names are Lilly, Rose, and Lucky. [map]

Razorback Hog
Fayetteville, AR
This Razorback Hog statue is located at the University of Arkansas at the Razorback Gardens. The statue was produced by Nancy W. Couch and dedicated in 2006. There are several other razorback statues on campus. For more, see these websites: 1, 2, and 3. [map]

Hogeye the Dancing Hog
Fayetteville, AR
This statue of Hogeye the Dancing Hog is 25 feet tall. According to the legend, Hogeye was originally a human magician. He turned himself into a Razorback Hog and got stuck. The copper statue was created by Eugene Sergeant and installed in 2018 in front of Hogeye, Inc. For more, see this website. [map]

Another Razorback Hog sculpture in Fayetteville created by Dick Idol and titled Wild Band of Razorbacks was installed next to Donald W. Reynolds Razorback Stadium in 2018.

Razorback Hog
Berryville, AR
This Razorback Hog is installed on a trailer and is or was most likely used in parades. It appears that his legs moved somehow. This guy is located near Country Bazaar Honey but I don't know if there is any relationship with this business. Does anyone know more about this statue? [map]

More Pig, Hog & Boar Statues:
Healdsburg, CA
Clearwater, FL [vintage, gone]
Des Moines, IA
Villisca, IA
Peoria, IL
Spencer, IN
Garden City, MI
De Soto, MO [map]
Wilmington, NC
Miller Place, NY
Cincinnati, OH
Philadelphia, PA
Sioux Falls, SD
Clarksville, TN [gone]
Sevierville, TN [map]
San Antonio, TX
Edgehill, VA: 1, 2 [gone]
Hopewell, VA

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