A new Felix The Cat one color stencil has been showing up around the Village as of late, but like many gifts to the local streets, the easily irritated feathers of the buffman always ruffle near. Have you seen Felix running around the Village?
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Carlsbad Village residents have used private spaces visibly from public land for announcements including everything from artistic garage sale signage to lettering painted directly on the exterior of a parked car, but this firm request painted on the facade of their home beats them all!
Lola’s Mexican Market and Deli t shirts aew now available for $15 each and come in white, gray and pink in the sizes medium, large and extra large. Click HERE for a map to Lola’s! Get your local shirts today!
Carlsbadcrawl will be on a hiatus for a handful of days. Check back upon our return for all the Artistic Observations of Coast Rica!
Bryan Snyder from Snyder Art and Susanna Kurner from Hello Trouble are taking there passions to the streets of West Hollywood for a day of art, music and shenanigans… WHAT: Live music and a Doodle mural WHEN: Sat. June 2nd WHERE: On Melrose in West Hollywood
Wishing all you a happy St. Patrick’s Day: 2012! -Snyder Art Carlsbad Village St. Patrick’s Day t shirts still available. click HERE for purchasing info!
Snyder Art is releasing a limited Edition Carlsbad Village 2012 t shirt design in celebration of this year’s St. Patrick’s Day. They will be available starting Fri. March 16th. T shirts are available at mobile locations around the village only. To find a location at any point during the day, click the below links. Updates [...]
Carlsbadcrawl will be on a hiatus for a handful of days. See you in a few…
James Chute from the North County Times asked if the Carlsbad Music Festival is too cool for Carlsbad. He referenced the legendary artistic debacle of “The Bars” and suggested that the hangover once felt from the public outcry and eventual dismantling of the urban art piece might still be lingering, potentially preventing the coastal community [...]
WHAT: Vintage Country Band HELLO TROUBLE WHERE: Hensley’s Flying Elephant (map) WHEN: Saturday Oct. 1st 8:30PM www.hellotrouble.com See you there!
During Summer the waves are usually small, hopefully warm and sometimes red. Swells rarely crash upon our beaches in any height worth surfing and mid day chop is common. A refreshing dunk is threatenned by the omnipresent stingray and thick beds of sand crabs crowd the shoreline. During the first week of September a storm [...]
Carlsbad ’78 Happy Birthday Dad… We miss you!
10. LOST: Borrego Springs 9. The State of the Village 8. The Golden Carl Winner is… 7. Carlsbad’s First Art Show Created by YOU!!! 6. The Informed Voter 5. Carl’s Bad Dream 4. Urban Paddle Boarding: Part 2 3. The Road to Snyder Art 2. The Last Polar Bear 1. Artistic Observations: Ireland
Orchid and Butterflies (18in. x 24in.) $15 Orchid and Butterflies (8.5in. x 11in.) $10 Butterflies (8.5in. x 11in.) $10 Young at Art (8.5in. x 11in.) $10 All prints are screen printed and water painted by hand in a one-time limited edition run. Each print in signed, dated and numbered by the artist. Orchid and Butterflies [...]
The New Village Arts Foundry (map) has a few select studio spaces available for working artists. A variety of media is welcome. “Come be creative in congenial, dynamic surroundings in the beautiful village of Carlsbad’ just three blocks from the beach. With the adjoining critically-acclaimed New Village Arts Theatre as the hub of for the [...]
Rick Sturgis, a local crawler who frequented the benches at the corner of Grand Ave. and State Street, passed away late last Saturday night. He was found early Sunday morning laying on a bench on the corner of Roosevelt. During his 61 years he painted a colorful background, one which we now share. A memorial [...]
Our adventure took us to the deep red brick lined streets of Boston, through the academia neighborhoods of Providence and deep into the New York minute. Like our past crawls, our goal was not to vacation, but to explore, to seek out the inner workings of our temporary homes and to make as many friendships [...]