It looks like Claw Money has been pretty busy these days. In case you aren't familiar with her, Claw Money is a graffiti legend who got her start in New York during the 1980s. Back then, her signature paw with three claws could be found all over the city's walls and trucks. Although Claw Money has since moved on to designing clothes, some of her artworks have been cropping up in the streets of New York City again.

Last month, two original Claw Money creations mysteriously appeared before the cube on Astor Place and in front of the city's iconic Flatiron Building. It turns out Claw has been creating custom, one-of-a-kind pieces throughout the month of April. They are then secretly left in random, well-known spots throughout New York for fans to pick up on a first come, first serve basis. 

We've been informed the next drop-off is about to happen soon, and it's their biggest one to-date, so stay tuned.

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