The everyday minutiae of life is rarely captured in art; but you know what's even more rarely captured? That's right: Bigfoot. Now capture both at once, with Legendary Tiger Hero. Pumping out alarmingly straightforward renderings of fantastical characters doing relatively mundane things, LTH is the nom-de-paint of an LBC guy whose day job is doing Renaissance-style oil portraits of rich peoples' animals, and sometimes accidentally, Benicio Del Toro. All originals are oil-on-wood with most available as prints; self-explanatory highlights include "Darth, Chilling Out, Drinking Beer, Looking Sweet as Hell", "Batman Puking His Frigging Guts Out" (also, similarly, "Jabba the Hut Barfed His Guts Out All The Way To Pizza Hut"), and, most notably, "Bigfoot Breaks Into Some Dude's Cabin and Totally Takes a Fat Dump In His Toilet" (proposed alternate title: "Harry Dropping off The Hendersons"). Another theme depicts ancient-looking sea scenes invaded by Japanese sci-fi-esque monsters, like "Cthulhu Awakens and Totally Shreds a Sweet-Ass Guitar Solo", "Robot Vs Squid" (depicting the two creatures duking it out as a pirate ship sails underneath), and "Plight of the Seabots": a rowboat full of bots getting demolished by a dragon that resembles a hellhound, a giant, barracuda-looking beast, and a vampire shark, who vants to suck your flood. For a price, Legendary Tiger Hero'll do custom work of just about anything or anybody, perhaps capturing something else exceedingly rare: you actually throwing down for art.