Ear piercing shrieks, puddles of blood and dismembered body parts littered the usually quiet and sleepy village streets this year as Chucky and his Bride ran wild during another Halloween in the Carlsbad Village. Chucky’s weapon of choice, a freshly sharpened kitchen knife was passed from his cold blood stained hands to his bride in […]
Archive for October, 2012
The Carlsbad Village might not have the artistic attraction of the Cardiff Kook and our sleepy streets were never gifted a giant mosaic of the Surfing Madonna, but we do have an ongoing installation on the North side of the village that has been quietly attracting attention for many years. They are motionless and quiet, […]
Much like I have done for the past 10 years, I planned to arrive in a foreign country with a bag loaded with artwork and art supplies. Each piece of art was created in advance to gift to the urban environment of my future destination. The art supplies would be used in a similar fashion […]
Carlsbad based street artist Bryan Snyder teams up with Gremmie Skateboards in a street art themed video filmed in the streets of Los Angeles. Click HERE to learn more about Gremmie Skateboards!
Pura Vida, the Costa Rican motto for a pure life, lives strong and reminds daily that a life of simplicity in tune with nature and beauty is all the paradise you will ever need. Click HERE for the full story and all photos! photos and words by Snyder Art
FREE Limited Edition Carlsbad Village Farmers’ Market bags are now available with artwork design donated from Snyder Art. To get your bag, visit the Carlsbad Village Urban Place located at 530-A Grand Ave. in the Carlsbad Village. Join their email list and receive your free bag. These bags are entirely FREE thanks to the Carlsbad […]
Carlsbadcrawl will be on a hiatus for a handful of days. Check back upon our return for all the Artistic Observations of Coast Rica!
click to enlarge photos Whether a scribble on a wall or an elaborate composition of color, shapes and text, visual creativity put in public places without permission has been considered vandalism since the early inception of graffiti dating back decades. Today, artists of all ages have continued to use the urban environment, but the face-covering […]