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AfflictionThy Will Be Done Art Exhibition Photo Gallery
Rat Rods of all types were parked on display.
Affliction opened a company store at their headquarters in Seal Beach, California hosting Tay Harrera's Thy Will Be Done Art Exhibit showcasing work from talented artists involved with motorcycles, hot rods and music.
The Affliction parking lot became a mini motorcycle show.
This machine seemed to capture the vibe of the show.
They say a picture is worth a thousand words.
Auto Gelato was in the lot serving up cool treats.
The Signal Hillbillys rocked the parking lot.
Hot Rod Row was full of four wheeled eye candy.
This clean ride glimmered in the California sun.
Every make and model of hot rod was welcome at the show including this cherry Chevy stepside truck.
This truck had attitude with its blown Chevy big block.
A custom cruiser from West Coast Choppers.
West Coast Choppers badge.
Affliction has their own Rat Rod.
The detail on this classic car took you back in time.
Every bike show needs a pretty purple Harley-Davidson.
Inside was a display of art that included motorcycles, paintings, engravings and metal sculptures.
Iron fabricator and artist Joe Magliato of Big Iron built this custom cruiser for the owner of Smith and Wesson Firearms.
A revolver cylinder makes a great break light housing.
Some gun barrels were used for exhaust pipes.
The copper gas tank was hand built with great detail.
The rustic bike looks like something out of an old western movie.
Fine art and fine babes go hand in hand.
Artist Buck Ramirez displayed some items he uses as a canvas such as shoes and motorcycle gas tanks.
A close up of the work Buck Ramirez did on a motorcycle gas tank.
Stage and equipment designer David Hedges created this metal flower design and other products such as mic stands for musicians.
Artist Sara Ray does paintings for posters, motorcycles, apparel and more.
Artist Latisha Wood paints motorcycles and much more.
West Coast Ink offered tattoos at the show.
These girls were serving up fresh drinks at the bar inside the show.
Sonny Boy Fine Paint and Pinstriping.
Custom painted bike by artist Sonny Boy.
Artist David Lozeau.
The band Black Cloud Collective played live music in the new Affliction store.
A DJ kept the vibe going when the live music was not playing.
Metal engraver Tay Herrera organized the art show.
A Tarrera engraved art piece by Tay Harrera.
A custom worked Harley-Davidson 3D V-Rod.
Tattoo artist Jack Rudy.
This alien surfer sculpture hangs from the ceiling in the Affliction warehouse.
Affliction has a cult following.
The new store at the Affliction headquarters offers all the newest styles and products produced.
A rat rod hearse was a centerpiece in the parking lot.
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