6 responses to “A Brief History of Pigs and Flight”

  1. Electrification: Taking Flight

    [...] interested in flying pigs may find this to be of interest. [...]

  2. 10 FAMOUS PIGS - centerville, MA, United States, 02632 - FoxBoston Blog post

    [...] How about swine flew? First appearing on the cover of Pink Floyd’s 1977 album Animals, the flying pig has become the most famous rock-and-roll prop ever. The inflatable pig has escaped from concert venues quite a few times, most recently at the 2008 Coachella Festival. The band was far from the first to contemplate a flying pig. [...]

  3. Aaron

    All pigs can fly if you strap a big enough rocket to their back.

  4. Agitado, no revuelto

    [...] “A pig who doesn’t fly is just an ordinary pig.” -Porco rosso. [...]

  5. Mihir Modi

    I must say I was rather surprised not to see the flying pig from Pink Floyd’s ‘Animals’ album… It’s the most famous flying pig that I know of :)

  6. mental_floss Blog » Ten Pigs We Love

    [...] How about swine flew? First appearing on the cover of Pink Floyd’s 1977 album Animals, the flying pig has become the most famous rock-and-roll prop ever. The inflatable pig has escaped from concert venues quite a few times, most recently at the 2008 Coachella Festival. The band was far from the first to contemplate a flying pig. [...]

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