The 2015 Oil & Ink Vintage Motorbike Print Exposition was this past Saturday at Konawerks in N.E. Minneapolis. This was the second year and it's an international traveling art exhibition. I went last year but it was at a different location (click here for the blog post).
In spite of rain and thunderstorms all around the Twin Cities, I rode my Sportster to the show.
Konawerks is a barber shop and it was my first time inside. They had prints hung all around the shop. Each one was available unframed for $100 each. They were really cool. There was complimentary wine and a keg of beer. Surly was on tap. Don't let my opportunistic, crowd-avoiding photos fool you - the place was packed inside and out.
Just like last year, I really liked the pieces by Makoto Endo. Last year the was a print of his Vincent painting and this year there was a Triton and the bikes from Easy Rider.
Photos of some of the bikes outside are next!