The team made it out to Denton, TX for the 2016 Pistons N Paint car show at the North Texas Fairgrounds. After getting some pics and some video footage with our drone, we started the hunt to find some interviews. When the Hellkats Car Club showed up, we definitely wanted to get them on the mic. Buzzard had been following Johnny Plummer's chopped 54 project for a while now and wanted to meet the craftsman. Johnny did a quick spot with us talking about the show, his build and their club. We look forward to the future seeing them out at more shows. Next on the mic was Mark Salinas, owner of the Lowlife Clothing Co. We've know Mark for several years now and wanted to get his take on how the culture is growing and changing and what it means for his business. Said that there's definitely things changing and 2016 was going to be the make or break year for their brand. Last but not least, we got to have a longer interview with Jenna and Sean of Double K Originals. These are the folks that make some of the raddest glitter vinyl bags, purses, wallets, key chains, etc. Got to hear how they changed their lives to follow a passion. ..to the point of making themselves completely mobile and operating out of their RV. Overall, the show was completely rad and we look forward to getting more film footage next year.
This episode of The Rust Culture Project Podcast is brought to you by Whistlin’ Wolf Media and Hoofnest Recording, special thanks to Jimmy Castillo for Music and Lone Star Pomade, No Corners Cut Fabrication, Lone Star Barbershop, Fortune Brothers Tattoo Co., Bexar County Kustoms, Toolsville, Cliptacular Creations & Mellow Mushroom SA for their continued support and dedication. You can find The Rust Culture Project, Whistlin’ Wolf Media and Hoofnest Recording on Facebook and hear more podcasts at hoofnest.com.
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