This depicts frame 352 of the Patterson–Gimlin film and the face of Bigfoot (affectionately called “Patty”) has been digitally enhanced to improve clarity in this one frame. The black and white film has been colorized in this poster. The original Patterson–Gimlin footage was shot in 1967 in Northern California and has never been successfully refuted or debunked. This film is accepted as one of the proofs of the existence of Bigfoot by most enthusiasts.
About the poster: High-end detailed quality poster print. Available in 210gsm paper (satin) and 230gsm (archival matte), these prints will look stunning up close for a long time. To help you find the perfect fit for your art, these posters come in 18 sizes, as well as with horizontal, vertical, and square framing options.
.: Materials: 210 gsm paper (satin), 230 gsm paper (archival matte)
.: Two paper options – satin or archival matte
.: Available in 18 sizes
.: Horizontal, vertical and square options available
.: Assembled in the USA from globally sourced parts