Soul Seekers 2013 Recap

Soul Seekers 2013 - Panhead by Jason Parker

This past Saturday the 2nd Soul Seekers show took place and it was a blast! Throughout the day there was a poker run throughout the city at various shops and restaurants where participants would collect a playing card in an envelope. There were 18 locations in total where you could pick up a card. You then brought your cards to the show and opened all your cards in front of the dealer and the best hands won some pretty great prizes.

Soul Seekers 2013

The show which ran from 7-11PM included some of the best and brightest photographers and artists in the motorcycle scene and it was cool to see their work up close and personal rather than from a computer screen for a change.

Knucklehead by Jason Parker - www.jasonparkerracecars.com

Of course a motorcycle show wouldn't be complete without motorcycles and there were some great ones in attendance all on loan from Jason Parker (@panheadsforever) who had built all the knuckle, pan and shovelheads that were in attendance and there was even an amazing 70's cb750 digger from his personal collection.

Soul Seeker 2013

We were there doing a popup shop alongside The Baitshop and Screvvface swag. All in all it was a great night of motorcycles and motorcycle inspired artwork. Congrats to Lyndsey for putting on another great show and good on the sponsors as well for supporting an awesome event. For more photos from the night please visit our facebook.


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