22 episodios

Twice a month, join legendary graffiti artist, fashion designer, and entrepreneur Claudia Gold (Claw Money), on her exploration of different subcultures, and the people that helped create them on “Gold Minds”!

Art, Music, Dance, and even Extreme Sports, have all had massive impacts on our society, both social, and economic. From creating new trends and entirely new markets, to influencing our very governments on a global level. There is no doubt that subcultures are powerful forces, that truly help shape who we are, and our perspectives of the world around us. Claw is interested in finding out, who the brilliant people that helped perpetuate them are, and the struggles they went through, just to keep their vision going.
We are excited to hear what you think of the podcast! Please rate and leave us a comment! 

To find out more about Claudia you can check her out on Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook: @ClawMoney or on her website https://clawandco.com/

Gold Minds Claudia Gold

    • Cultura y sociedad

Twice a month, join legendary graffiti artist, fashion designer, and entrepreneur Claudia Gold (Claw Money), on her exploration of different subcultures, and the people that helped create them on “Gold Minds”!

Art, Music, Dance, and even Extreme Sports, have all had massive impacts on our society, both social, and economic. From creating new trends and entirely new markets, to influencing our very governments on a global level. There is no doubt that subcultures are powerful forces, that truly help shape who we are, and our perspectives of the world around us. Claw is interested in finding out, who the brilliant people that helped perpetuate them are, and the struggles they went through, just to keep their vision going.
We are excited to hear what you think of the podcast! Please rate and leave us a comment! 

To find out more about Claudia you can check her out on Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook: @ClawMoney or on her website https://clawandco.com/

    Episode 22: Aymann Ismail

    Episode 22: Aymann Ismail

    Videographer and self-appointed, ambassador of Islam, Aymann Ismail talks with Claw about experiencing 911 as a young Muslim boy in New Jersey, scaling dangerous heights to make the ultimate video, and becoming a meme at the Republican convention. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

    • 1h 58 min
    Episode 21: Hugo Martinez

    Episode 21: Hugo Martinez

    Hugo Martinez is one of the most controversial figures in graffiti. A polarizing figure, yes - yet so, so crucial. His vision of what seminal graffiti represented, as well as what it could be, helped to shape its evolution. He influenced the public, but also writers themselves, by imbuing the sense that this was, indeed, "real" and important art. Born in New York City, that art, and those writers, now identifying as artists, became the archetype of what has become a worldwide cultural phenomenon, forever altering our view and appreciation of what art is and can be.


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    • 1h 49 min
    Episode 20: Dave Ortiz

    Episode 20: Dave Ortiz

    Dave Ortiz has been one of NYC's most influential tastemakers in so many fields - street-art, skateboarding, BMX, sneaker culture and streetwear. He talks with Claw about getting there, the wonders of New York, and about where he's going next... vodka? Mmmm. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

    • 1h 32 min
    Episode 19: Cey Adams

    Episode 19: Cey Adams

    Artist Cey Adams talks about growing up in Jamaica, Queens where graffiti was his life and it was all about "bombing the buses". He then gets into his time at Def Jam working with Beastie Boys, Public Enemy, LL Cool J and Jay-Z as a creator of legendary hip hop graphic design. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

    • 1h 39 min
    Episode 18: Stash 2

    Episode 18: Stash 2

    Claudia and Brad sit down with #1 dad Stash 2 and reminisce about the good old days - writing graffiti, printing t-shirts in bathtubs, literally birthing streetwear and sneaker culture. The current fashion wave owes so much to Stash for being a pioneer in product and lifestyle design and creating a lane in business that merely didn’t exist before. On this podcast he discusses his wins and his loses - and comes out the end, back on top. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

    • 2 horas 1m
    Episode 17: Theo Kogan

    Episode 17: Theo Kogan

    Theo talks about starting the Lunachicks in high school and getting discovered at a Limelight show by Sonic Youth. She an Claw get into female empowerment, punk parenthood and Theo's latest music and fashion adventures. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

    • 1h 20 min

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