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And This Little Piggie Went to All the Way ... to Victory Park ?

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Frank Campagna, as mentioned here Thursday, had all of four hours yesterday to make Rogers Waters a brand-new piggie for the former Floyd's show last night at Starplex. We were gonna document the start-to-finish, but the Kettle Art-ist was too under-the-gun to allow interlopers. Alas, it was too bad, as his work was, like its Coachella predecessor, unleashed into the nighttime sky courtesy the lawnlubbers who adiosed it to God knows where. Actually, says Frank, "I read today [it] hit a sky crane over in Victory Park." Of course it did. Here, it makes its debut ...

... and here, it goes bye-bye. --Robert Wilonsky

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