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New Sasquatch Artwork

Posted by: Craig Woolheater on September 21st, 2010

Canadian artist Brian Cundle has created some really nice Sasquatch/Bigfoot artwork that is available rather inexpensively directly from the artist.

The available artwork includes Bart Cutino’s Thermal Imaging Poster that he recently commissioned Brian to do for him. Bart has given him permission to sell it to the general public since he believes there may be many out there that would like to have a copy of his unique one of a kind thermal image sighting.

Bart Cutino Thermal Bigfoot Sighting

Bart Cutino Thermal Bigfoot Sighting

Artist’s info:

My first love is GRAPHIC DESIGN but I am capable of doing lots of other creative endeavours during my over over 40 years in the field of design and corporate communications.

Unexpected Roadblock

Unexpected Roadblock

I have worked as a pressman, a layout artist for a large department store, 3 times an Art Director for large, local Advertising Agencies. many years on a freelance basis and I currently run my own business under the name of B.C. DESIGN. I live in Aylmer, ON Canada. I am available for anyone needing a slip cover for a NEW book on the Sasquatch subject or anything else for that matter.

Chance Encounter

Chance Encounter

My intentions are to attempt to depict the elusive Sasquatch/Bigfoot in the pristine wilderness and naturally wild habitat he resides in and the seasonal beauty of nature he undoubtedly sees through his eyes on a daily basis. My original digital art print paintings which you measures 13” H x 16.5” W and are printed on EPSON Professional heavy weight archival paper with a matte finish using EPSON Ultra Chrome K3 inks. Prints are ready for framing and matting is not necessary unless you wish to do so. Under glass your print has a longevity of over 120 years. You will receive your print shipped flat so there will be no rolling or creases during transit. I hope that researchers or anyone interested or intrigued in the Sasquatch phenomena will find my paintings appealing and worthy of collecting as new paintings become available.

Climb To Solitude

Climb To Solitude

BUYING information:

All the customer would have to do is send me an email to (bcdesign@worldline.ca) with the title in the email subject block “Sasquatch Paintings /Bart Cutino Poster”.

Beauty and the Beast

Beauty and the Beast

They can send me their name and address, quantity and print title wanted and agree to pay my paypal account (starscapes@execulink.com) the total of $25.00 per print + $13.75 shipping/handling (any state in continental USA – 4 – 10 days delivery time). A customer can get up to 6 prints for the one time shipping price shown above. When I have received their payment I will ship same day if timing is right to get it to the Post Office and I will then give them a heads up by email when they are shipped. Simple. If a customer would like me to do a special re-creation of some spectacular sighting they may
have had they can email me at the same email address with the particulars and we shall talk.

One Small Step For a Man, One Giant Leap for a Sasquatch

One Small Step For a Man, One Giant Leap for a Sasquatch

Make sure you tell Brian that Cryptomundo sent you!

About Craig Woolheater
Co-founder of Cryptomundo in 2005. I have appeared in or contributed to the following TV programs, documentaries and films: OLN's Mysterious Encounters: "Caddo Critter", Southern Fried Bigfoot, Travel Channel's Weird Travels: "Bigfoot", History Channel's MonsterQuest: "Swamp Stalker", The Wild Man of the Navidad, Destination America's Monsters and Mysteries in America: Texas Terror - Lake Worth Monster, Animal Planet's Finding Bigfoot: Return to Boggy Creek and Beast of the Bayou.




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