The ongoing series of found photography books known as In Almost Every Picture turns its #10 edition to a piglet. Diners are pictured at the Montreal restaurant Au Lutin Qui Bouffe with a piglet, nursing him with a milk bottle, and in most cases, extending his dainty tail with their fingertips. Smiling and laughing over their dinner tables, dressed in formal attire, the people form the alternating backdrop of the series surrounding the pig. Well, pigs, to be sure -- the series includes a selection of 109 pictures, taken between 1938 and 1973, which ensures likely thousands of different piglets took part. Affectionate and humorous, the black and white photos give an insight into a series of carefree interactions between patrons and piglets. Printed on pink paper, naturally.