Archive for May, 2013

‘Doodle’s Imagination’ by Bryan Snyder

Click HERE to purchase your own limited edition illustration. Check the mural in person at T3 in the Carlsbad Village! (map) Music: Trouble in the Wind video filmed and edited by bryan snyder

‘Doodle’s Imaginaiton’ illustration winner

This month Bryan Snyder painted a new mural in the the heart of the Carlsbad Village titled ‘Doodle’s Imagination’. Snyder invited locals and street art enthusiasts to the wall to experience his creative process. Snyder encouraged photos and presented the opportunity to win a limited edition illustration. Contest entrants took a photo and posted it […]

Limited Edition Illustration: Doodle’s Imagination

click photo to enlarge Doodle’s Imagination by Bryan Snyder • Water color and pencil illustration • Limited of only 50 pieces of art • 9in. x12in. on 140 lb. water color paper • Signed, dated and numbered by the artist • Accompanied by Certificate of Authenticity Price: $50       (you DO NOT need […]

Camp Hess Kramer meets Snyder Community Art

The streets of the Carlsbad Village have seen a variety of community projects by Carlsbad artist Bryan Snyder over the past 6 years including scavenger hunts, collage projects, public interaction art shows and many other art happenings, but Carlsbad is not the only place Snyder takes his community building ideas. On the weekend of May […]

‘The Little Things’ at Ethos Gallery

WHAT: ‘The Little Things’ Miniature Art Exhibition WHERE: Ethos Gallery on Melrose Ave in West Hollywood (map) WHEN: Friday May 10 from 5PM-10 See the work of Carlsbad based artist Bryan Snyder along with many LA artists!

Snyder paints the Vegan Beer Fest: Sunset Strip

The Sunset Strip animated with vegan supporters and beer drinkers as the 4th Annual Vegan Beer and Food festival kicked off at the The Roxy on Saturday May 4th in The Roxy Sunset Strip parking lot. Festival attendees enjoyed samples of beer from the nearly 2 dozen exhibiting micro breweries. Vegan food was offered through […]

uh… in Carlsbad?

As of late more street art and graffiti have been popping up around the Carlsbad Village and surrounding areas. It still seams a bit odd, but a bit of creativity sure does make those daily commutes a bit more colorful. Have you noticed any expressions on the local walls?

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