Paul Loya Gallery


October 19 - October 26, 2013

A carefully curated selection of original artwork from the Easyriders Magazine archives dating back to the magazines inception in 1971. Some pieces ran in the magazine, some didn’t make the cut and some were contributions from prison inmates across the country…never before have they been show together in an exhibition.

Limited edition prints will be available for sale the night of the opening, along with our COMUNE // Easyriders collaboration tee shirts.
Drinks courtesy of PABST BLUE RIBBON & JARRITOS will be served and a small selection of vintage motorcycles will be on display.

Easyriders is an American motorcycle magazine, founded in 1971. It is published monthly by Paisano Publications, LLC.
In the early 1970s, after his post as Creative Director of Big Bike magazine, Lou Kimzey was the creator and publisher of the gritty biker magazine Easyriders, the first lifestyle biker magazine on the market. Easyriders became a world sensation, the largest selling newsstand motorcycle magazine in the world with a circulation of over 550,000 copie

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* All imagery and opinions presented in these illustrations by no means represent the opinion of the Paul Loya Gallery.
These images were created in certain time and for a particular audience where censorship was thrown to the wind. Enjoy!