Porc de France
Porc de France. ‘Porc’ is pronounced with a silent c and rhymes with Tour
A humorous drawing by Perry Taylor about life in rural France.
Porc de France. ‘Porc’ is pronounced with a silent c and rhymes with Tour.
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A pack of 5 cards.
A drawing commissioned by Plaimont as part of a wine label to celebrate the Chinese Year of the Pig.
A little word play. ‘Mon Pote âgé’ translates as ‘My old mate’. but ‘Mon potager’ (which sounds exactly the same) means ‘my vegetable patch’.
When gardening with the cycles of the moon, one shouldn't always take things literally.
To proof its provenance, the Gascon Noir chicken is sold with much of its black feathers attached and is dressed in blue with a waxed mediallion and is a very fashionable bird in Paris