Fly back home




Alfred Kitch-Hog

AlfredAlfred was part of "The Pigs in the City" promotion that was run by the Saskatchewan Abilities Council in assosiation with SaskEnergy in 2002 in Saskatoon and in 2003 in Regina. We don't know which city created Alfred. Saskatoon had 30 pigs, while Regina had 23.  Local artists developed the themes for each pig, and then sponsors came on board, paying to have the pigs created.  Both projects saw a lot of creativity from local artists and businesses, and Alfred and his brothers and sisters did a lot of great work for the Sask Abilities Council. The pigs were auctioned off at the end of the promotion, with all proceeds going to the Sask Abilities Council.  Pigs in the City has been run in several cities across North America in the past.



Why Alfred Kitch-Hog?

The unknown artists who created Alfred Kitch-Hog must haveHitchcock been big fans of the English film director and producer Alfred Hitchcock. He was often called the “Master of Suspense” because of the thrills he built into all his movies.

Do you see a resemblance between Alfred Hitchcock
and Alfred Kitch-Hog?

What do the parts of Afred Kitch-Hog represent?
It appears they are connected to the various movies that Hitchcock created. Here are some of the possibilites, if you figure out more, send us an email.
How many can you figure out?
To see the movie connections, click on the links.


The Crows

The Rope

The Shower

The Window

Qué sera

The Phone

The Key

The Rosary

The Biplane