The Internet can grant legitimacy to the shadiest of characters, from anarchist agitators, to cats asking if they can has cheezburgers, which is totally dodgy, and should probably be illegal. Now stomping online, Bigfoot.
Originally from Jersey, the pseudononymous vegan graffitier known as Bigfoot (One)'s marked SF territory with 'squatches for well over a decade; of late his career's taken a lawful turn with gallery shows, art direction -- and now the web's first SFW man-beast site. Hit "Store" and you'll find the freshest on-the-cheap offerings from this self-proclaimed "warlock of the visual arts": individually signed and numbered silk-screen prints of 'foot's bearded alter-ego (who bum-rushes you out of a forest of tags), plus tees that boast bushy bizarro like a virtual Bigfoot city and an "up close and personal" portrait underscored in blue by Big's name in KISS font, honoring the artist's favorite band, and your favorite VH1 show. To keep up with the man behind the beast, check out "News" for a photoblog of round-the-world "sightings" -- anything from tagged freights in WA State, to the artist working over an entire building atop Mt. Fuji, to scenes from places having nothing to do with apples.
If the hirsute artiste's not too busy with endeavors like his upcoming Nike job in Mexico City, he'll even entertain your ideas for commissioning a piece -- dramatically expanding the possible ways you can has Bigfoot.