I didn’t get a chance to meet Jae since he was busy with photos and so on, but I did attend the tribute that was hosted at The Lower Left. I first heard about the event when a few people on Instagram posted about it, so I wanted to check it out because it was a lowrider photography exhibit. I dropped by after work with my camera to see what it was all about and once I got there it was great as usual. Once I hit the corner onto 17th street I spotted laid out classics hard parked greeting everyone to the event.
Parked across the street laid out.
David Agular brought out one of his cars.
Made my way inside to check out some amazing photography.
First wall. Which is from my friends over at Deadend!
I look from the inside of the shop looking out.
I checked out the next wall and the pieces that were up were some awesome shots. Here’s one that caught my eye. I would love this in my room.
On the other side.
This photo is awesome.
Checking out some of Jae Bueno’s work.
Headed back out to snap some shots of the whips.