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SB scavenger hunt part of ‘Doodle’ art exhibit

The new ‘Doodle’ event by artist Bryan Snyder of Carlsbad combines a mural, an art installation and a scavenger hunt through Solana Beach to find more ‘Doodle’ art. The exhibit opens July 5 with a reception at Culture Brewing Co. in Solana Beach.

Bryan Snyder, a Carlsbad-based artist and creator of the hugely popular character Doodle, will unveil his newest art installation and scavenger hunt on Saturday, July 5, at Culture Brewing Co. on South Cedros Avenue in Solana Beach.

Snyder’s installation will include 20-plus original Doodle paintings created on his signature cardboard medium, a large July 4-themed mural stretching the entire length of the brewery, and a scavenger hunt sending attendees into the Solana Beach Streets in search of more Doodle artwork.

Limited-edition Doodle wood blocks available at the free opening reception, from 5-9 p.m., will include clues to seven Doodle Golden Tickets hidden up and down Cedros Avenue. Instructions will inform golden ticket finders to take a photo of their found ticket, upload it to Instagram, tag @snyderart, and return to Culture Brewing Co to claim their prize artwork.

Wood block clues will be available for purchase. Clues will be available through July, or while supplies last.

The goal of this scavenger hunt is to help encourage the development of culture in a specific community by encouraging urban exploration, promoting local business and introducing new friendships.

A portion of the night’s sales at Culture Brewing Co. will be donated to the Surfing Madonna Oceans Project.

Bryan Snyder is an accomplished artist who shows in San Diego and Los Angeles. In 2012, he was awarded Los Angeles Street Artist of the Year by Melrose and Fairfax, one of the nation’s most popular street art websites. Snyder has also painted Doodle murals in Australia, China, Europe and all over the U.S. Visit


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