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AfflictionThy Will Be Done Art Exhibition Photo Gallery

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.

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