Evan Delaney Rodgers Art Signs


As the Carlsbad city council election nears, signs begin sprouting within our neighborhoods and village. Flimsy material sway in the early fall winds with names of hopeful candidates. The sun intensifies contrasting colors and abbreviated slogans push you towards the local paper or website. Carlsbadcrawl has becomeevan-delaney-rogers.jpg interested in Evan Delaney Rodgers‘ ideas, specifically regarding local art in the village. In support of all pushes for the arts and creative ways to expand its presence, we have developed pieces of art to be placed on properties, or on walls, of those whom support local art and Evan’s interest in it.

Carlsbadrawl considers these signs to be art rather than one-time-use marketing material. Each sign is handmade, numbered and signed by both Bryan Snyder and Evan. Unlike the signs of other candidates, these will not find their ways into landfills. We hope local supporters will accept them as art and keep them well after November 4th as visually appealing creations, as well as a historical reminder of Evan’s attempt at being the youngest elected official in California.

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Art Signs can be picked up at Snyder Art (MAP). They will be left outside at all hours for your convenience. Along with the art signs, stickers, canvas bags and t-shirts are also available as gifts to our community.


Issues from Evan’s website (check out her “Phantom Gallery” idea)
San Diego Union-Tribune questionnaire
Coast News article

Contact theartist@carlsbadcrawl.com for additional information. Evan can be contacted directly at Evan@CleanCarlsbad.com.

this is a carlsbadcrawl.com project with an emphasis on “creative marketing”.

7 Responses to “Evan Delaney Rodgers Art Signs”

  1. 1 Green Oct 12th, 2008 at 10:04 am

    Great art! My issue is the endless supply of disposable plastic bags and cigarette butts on the streets, at the beach, in the ocean, and she gets it. She’s the only one talking about it and she works at beach clean-ups.

  2. 2 Crawlfan Oct 24th, 2008 at 12:27 pm

    Thanks, got one from her. Very cool. I hope she gets elected.

  3. 3 Evan Oct 27th, 2008 at 12:08 pm

    I just found out Carlsbad High School TV will be interviewing me sometime this week: will send you details when I get them. Will be wearing my Bryan Snyder original shirt! It will be broadcast (& available on demand for awhile) to their 3000 students & teachers as well as on School Tube.
    My website has links to all debate coverage, many articles about the issues and campaign, the other candidates’ websites.
    Hope to see everyone Sunday at the Carlsbad Street Faire!

  4. 4 Evan Oct 27th, 2008 at 2:50 pm

    Here’s the Time Warner Channel 19 North County local access replay schedule of the Thursday Oct. 23 Chamber of Commerce city council candidate forum from Dove Library. Let me know your reaction!

    Mon Oct. 27 at 5:30pm
    Tues Oct. 28 at 12:00 noon and 10:00pm
    Weds Oct. 29 at 7:30pm
    Thurs Oct. 30 at 6:00pm and 10:00pm
    Fri Oct. 31 at 12 noon and 8:00pm
    Mon Nov. 3 at 12 noon and 3:00pm

  5. 5 green Oct 31st, 2008 at 5:20 pm

    Carlsbadistan has a great piece by Riehl about his picks for City Council: Rodgers and Douglas.

  6. 6 Evan Nov 6th, 2008 at 1:13 pm

    Thanks, everyone, for your support and votes and especially to Snyder Art, our very cool campaign HQ in the Village, to CarlsbadCrawl.com and Carlsbadistan.com for spreading the word online!
    Together we offered another point of view to the election and got some momentum going in a new direction. A good thing about a lot of the ideas that we developed is that they don’t depend on the City or tax dollars to implement: we can get Phantom Gallery and other projects going on our own!
    I’ll revamp my website http://www.CleanCarlsbad.com so I can pass on notices of upcoming meetings and projects as well as my take on events.
    Please contact me anytime with your questions, concerns, and ideas.
    Tonight there is an informational meeting about the power plant. More details on my website under the 11-5-08 message. Hope to see you there.

  7. 7 Sheri Nov 7th, 2008 at 2:09 pm

    I voted for you Delaney! P.S. Love this site! Very creative and innovative!!!

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