Bigfoot emojicons out now...
Now you can communicate with your human friends on your phone using the images of the artist BIGFOOT ONE...!!!
now available on itunes these emojicons are ready for use on your phone via the Hi-art app....
Go to www.hi-art.me/app to download my emojicon sticker pack..... I got 20 emojicons up there now and there's more in the works....!
BIGFOOT art show in Asheville North Carolina!
Bigfoot is coming to the beautiful Blue Ridge Mountain city of Asheville, North Carolina in July of 2014!!
"UNMASKED IN ASHEVILLE"
With an exclusive appearance at the illustrious PUSH Skateshop on Friday July 18th, the local humans will be sure to either be appalled, or throw up their hands in applause.
Push skateshop will be producing a run of 200 decks, divided up into 3 different color versions, A t-shirt, and a matching sticker designed by the artist.
25 Patton Ave.
Friday JULY 18th, 2014
Bigfoot in Hakuba Ski area In Nagano Japan April 5th 2014 !!
Spring is here... but there is still snow on the mountain in Hakuba,Nagano prefecture in Japan!! come celebrate the last snow at the snowskate party with Atsushi Gomyo of Make Yujiita snowtoys during the day and Bigfoot live painting with Dj's and bands at night!!!
April 5th 2014
Special thanks to Hakubashare !!
Bigfoot in Levi's Japan art show tour
Levi's Japan Art Tour with Bigfoot One, Yoshi47, Ferris Plock and Greg "Pnut" Galinksy begins this week at Tsutaya in Daikanyama. Me and Yoshi47 will be doing a live painting exhibition there on Saturday March 29th from 1-4pm.
実施期間：3月20日（木）〜30日（日） / 実施場所：代官山 蔦屋書店2号館 1F
参加アーティスト：Bigfoot、Ferris Plock、Greg Pnut Galinsky、yoshi47
実施期間：3月29日（土）13:00〜16:00 / 実施場所：代官山 蔦屋書店2号館、3号館の間
February 9, 2014
Bigfoot's new T-shirt design for Mike Vallely's apparel company STREET PLANT, out now!!
"Upon being contacted to create some lettering for STREET PLANT I had a feeling of overwhelming honor, but even more so I was immediately encompassed with visions of my favorite era of skateboarding. I’m talking about the years of ’86 -’89, a time when for East Coasters the Brooklyn Banks was the mecca of skateboarding. Where everybody had their own unique and individual style, and skaters belonged to a secret society. A place that was enveloped with tags, scrawls and bubble letters — It was at the Brooklyn Banks that I decided someday I had to write graffiti. Twenty-six years later I drew these letters straight from my mind without a direct reference, and to me they represent the eyes, spirit and concrete of old New York — And the struggle of nature breaking through that concrete and creating a playground unintended by city planners.”