It is incredibly fascinating to find artists who can custom paint your motorcycles and make your ideas come true on their own, as is the case with the custom paint job completed by Eimor Customs.
One look at the photos of the custom-painted Harley-Davidson Fat Boy will have you wishing you owned it! The specially painted Fat Boy is known as LAPITA.
On the various portions of Fat Boy, the motorcycle painters have combined a variety of symbols, such as an Om, a Khanda, a Tortoise, a Phoenix, Koi Fishes, a Lotus, the Mahamrityunjaya Mantra, Shree Ganesha Shloka, a Shree Yantra, and more.
The custom paint job’s underlying art is represented by these components. Their customers are drawn to Celtic designs, Aztec, and Maori tattoos, which enables them to apply Oceanic art forms including Polynesian, Austronesian, Micronesian, and Melanesian, which are prevalent in areas around the Pacific Ocean. These artistic disciplines can be linked to the LAPITA civilisation, hence the name.
To give the Harley’s body sections a carved stone appearance, they used a surface that looked like stone and carved the design on it. The tank received a bespoke paint job with particular components, such as the religious symbols, and the front and rear fenders received polynesian aztec motifs with a Harley Davidson custom carving.