Where we talk about your main gig but mostly your side hustle. Beyond the brim. Hosted by Rashad Rastam (@rashadrastam) and presented by DAHSAR (@dahsar).
Ep 71 // Yavez Anthonio - Rivers of January
Yavez Anthonio is a Photographer, Director, and Creative born and raised in Amsterdam. Yavez aims to create contemporary ideas and stories through his interests in music, fashion and the cultures and communities around him.
Yavez past clients include Nike, Adidas, Filling Pieces, and Gap. His work has been featured on Nowness, ItsNiceThat, I-D, Kodak, and The Fader.
Yavez works with streetwear brands but are we living in a streetwear world anymore? Yeah unfortunately we still are.
Please welcome Yavez Anthonio to Wear Many Hats.
Ep 70 // Diane Chang - Po-Po's
Diane Chang is a food writer, recipe stylist, and content strategist. Chef and owner of Po-Po's, a catering company based in NYC.
Po-Po's, a culinary project about her Grandmother, has been featured in Vogue, T-Mag, and Eater.
Po-Po's has catered for New York Times, Pioneer Works, Spotify the list goes on.
Diane is a wordsmith and a foodsmith. She has written for Architectural Digest, Grub Street, Bon Appetite, NY Mag.
Diane’s gram is filled with many amazing dishes that makes you want to break going gluten free and cure your lactose intolerance to tolerant. But if you’re allergic to gluten and peanuts you may want to risk it all.
Let’s get cheffin no foodies with Diane Chang.
Ep 69 // Aaron Ramey - A Universe
Aaron Ramey is a multidisciplinary artist, creative director, visual artist, and costume designer.
He and Gianni Lee have a clothing brand called Babylon Cartel that puts out prints way before our time on t-shirts, jerseys, denim jackets, camo jackets, that are worn by Rihanna and Young Thug.
Aaron worked on the costume team for the films See You Yesterday and Judas and the Black Messiah.
Also as a photographer, he’s also been commissioned by brands such as Nike, Adidas, and Red Bull to produce campaigns for digital and social media platforms.
Aaron now has his own practice where he releases products, exclusive designs, and does collaborative projects over at A Universe.
A UNIVERSE FOSTERS BOTH INWARD AND FIELD EXPLORATIONS TO BENEFIT THE INDIVIDUAL WHICH, IN TURN, WILL BENEFIT THE COMMUNITY. THE COMMUNITY SHALL REPLENISH THE INDIVIDUAL CREATING BALANCE IN THE UNIVERSE.
RESEARCH. REGROUP. RECONSTRUCT.
We’re here in Aaron’s universe, please welcome Aaron Ramey.
Ep 68 // Andrew Herzog - School
Andrew Herzog is a multidisciplinary conceptual artist and designer and is the Partner and Director for School, a creative design studio founded by two designer-engineer-types. His artworks have occupied museums, galleries, and city streets.
School’s select works include The New Yorker, Haus, Publik Library, and one of my favorite brands, Entireworld.
I first heard of Andrew through his previous design studio HAWRAF and just kept following their journey after that. Andrew has also led projects at Google Creative Lab. He also is a professor at the School of Visual Arts in New York.
I threw my hat in the ring to work at School but no dice, instead was able to have him on the podcast.
Let’s go to school, no bus, with Andrew Herzog.
Ep 67 // Eric Kenney - Heavy Slime
Eric Kenney is a t-shirt and poster designer, illustrator and screenprinter.
He’s printed on cups, t-shirts, sweatshirts, hoodies, vintage, chorecoats, dice boxes, record sleeves, flags, shower curtains, camo jackets, calendars, totebags, hats, beanies, flasks, slides, enamel camp mugs, lighters, jerseys, and aprons. No thongs.
He has done collaborations with brands such as Poler, Lakai, Revival, and Tired Hands Brewing.
He has done murals of his illustrations at bars such as Attaboy.
His goods have been worn by dudes from Nothing and The Menzingers.
He had a gallery called Pink Slime gallery with Ralph Stollenwerk of Pink Bike Ralph. Two IG names just combined together.
The reaper is his friend. For a good time call someone else.
Welcome to Wear Many Hats, slime time live edition with Eric Kenney of Heavy Slime.
Ep 66 // Gab Bonghi
Gab Bonghi is a photographer and visual artist based out of Philadelphia. She’s dabbed in design and marketing.
Her work has been featured in EATER, Philadelphia Inquirer, Philadelphia Magazine, Eating Well Magazine, NYLON, Saveur Magazine, The Outline, and Thrillist.
Some of her clientele include Universal Music Group, Philadelphia Distilling Co., Vernick, Starr Restaurants, DiBruno Brothers, and WTSO.
Gab went to UArts like most of my good friends. This is starting to feel like a UArts podcast, no sponsored content. Not an ad for UArts.
We had Gab DJ one of our Dahsar Studio events at W/N W/N.
Me and Gab met at all the Uarts parties, and then the legendary parties like Milk+ and all the best parties at The Barbary.
Get high with Gab Bonghi.
interesting in depth interviews with great guests by a great host
Podcasters are the New Rockstars
This is easily one of my favorite pods. Great diverse group of guests having real conversations. Whenever I listen I feel like I’m hanging out with friends (really talented and creative friends). Perfect for getting inspired without the toxic hustle culture attached. Psyched to see where they go next! 🎙❤️
Overall, such a great podcast! Such a diverse mix of people and hustles!