The best from the last seven days in Huck, featuring Tommy Guerrero, Skating in Sicily and Gambian street photography.

It was non-stop travel this week. Huck hit the road across Europe with Tommy Guerrero, explored skateboarding in Sicily, took a look at life in the Gambia and ventured into the world of ideas and inspiration with the help of some very talented friends. Here are some of our favourite stories from the past seven days.

Laid back 70s soul and surf-rock at Tommy Guerreros opening nigh

Tommy Guerrero

This week we went deep into the world of pro-skater, musician and artist Tommy Guerrero to make a Huck film documenting his first-ever European tour. Huck is media sponsor of Guerrero’s No Man’s Land 2014 tour and we’re proud to be presenting the official film of the tour. It will premiere soon and you can be among the first to see it by subscribing to Huck’s YouTube channel. Thanks to our friends at Levi’s for supporting the tour and our awesome amigos from Andalucía, Staf magazine, for making it all happen.

Next up:
April 20: Paris, New Morning
April 22: Lyon, Le Sucre
April 23: Marseilla, Le Poste A Galene
April 24: Sant Feliu de Guixols, Atzavara
April 25: Madrid, El Sol
April 26: Malaga, Velvet
April 28: Barcelona, Sidecar

Photographer Claudio Majorana shSkate Sicily

Photographer Claudio Majorana transported us to another place with his surreal analogue images of Sicilian skateboard tours.

Gambian Gaze

Meanwhile, our exploration of street photography around the globe took us to Africa’s smallest country, Gambia. Eighteen students shared their perspectives in See What I See an insightful and very personal collection of photos shot by Gambians between the ages of 16 and 20.

Jay Riggio

New York skater, Huck writer and collage artist Jay Riggio shared a gallery of his handcrafted dreamscapes along with a list of some of the people who are inspiring him most right now.

Show Your Work

In the latest installment of our Show Your Work series — and the series first video contribution — Joe Lauder, the creative mind behind Satta, let Huck bring our readers into his studio and watch over his shoulder as he sketched to see where his ideas begin while sharing his creative process.

We want you to take part in Show Your Work. If you’re interested in taking part, post a process pic — or two — with the hashtag #huckprocess.