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About Us


On the inside flap of almost every John Steinbeck novel is a hand drawing of a pig with wings, along with the inscription:

"ad astra per alias porci" translated in English as:

"to the stars on the wings of a pig"

When asked why he decided on that particular image to be imprinted in all of his novels, Steinbeck answered that: "it was a symbol of the people I was writing about and for. 

People who were earthbound but aspiring.

Lumbering souls striving to fly, with not enough wingspan but plenty of intention."

We figured that was a pretty good symbol for an independent production company in the middle of Indiana.

The Team

People of Pigasus

Zachary Spicer


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John Robert Marshall


Gordon Strain


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