Affliction recently hosted Tay Herrera’s 2011 Thy Will Be Done Art Exhibition at the ‘Grand Opening’ of its company store front located in Seal Beach, California. Designed for artists of different mediums, it was an exhibition of artist-inspired motorcycles, hot rods, leatherwork, pinstriping, ink and music and provided a venue for the various artists to showcase their individual talents. Affliction aimed to bridge a gap, bringing hot rods, motorcycles, music and art together under one roof. Check out the some of the highlights in our photo montage below.
The Affliction babes were the center of attention.
This custom rat rod was built by John Smith for Affliction.
Joe Magliato’s Smith & Wesson custom chopper.
Artist Buck Ramirez displayed these custom motorcycle tanks.
Art and paint by Latisha Wood.
Legendary tattoo artist Jack Rudy plying his trade.
Black Cloud Collective rocked the new Affliction store.
A custom rat rod hearse was a big hit in the parking lot.
Signal Hillbillys played the parking lot with rockabilly tunes.
Painted chopper done by artist Sonny Boy.
A custom engraved motorcycle cover created by Tay Harrera.