In Huck 22, we hail the feather-ruffler. Without them our world would be a dull and boring place, ruled by people high on power simply doing as they please. You see, history does not happen when we all think the same way. It happens when we don’t. This issue is a tribute to people who dared to see things differently.
From WWII to World Wide Web
A Gonzo account of our countercultural past.
The Rebel Within
Infiltrate the system! Then turn it on itself.
Tom Burt and Tom Hsieh
The history of snowboarding is more political than you think.
How pedal power has made our world a better place.
One Man’s Trash
Scavengers go dumpster diving for the greater good.
Renegades Are Us
Is there such a thing as a rebellious purchase?
The Democracy Village
Protest comes knocking on Parliament’s front door.
Reggae and punk collided in his head.
O’Neill Cold Water Classic: Part Two
The second leg of our creative brief kicks off on Scotland’s icy shores.
Eighty-eight acres of anarchy.
Turned on, tuned in, played out
Where have all the surfing rebels gone?
Dissent in the country
Getting cosy with Crass at their rural abode, the birthplace of anarcho-punk.
Chris Nelson ventures to Hokkaido, where early surfers were criminalised for trying to paddle in.
Freaky bikes, just because.
A revolution built on common sense.
Skateboarding’s most revered pro refuses to conform to non-conformist ideals.
Everyone’s favourite drug-smuggler is back.
Remembering the literary great.
In the clarity of isolation, Jack Kerouac saw the world in an alternative light.
Lizard King, William S. Burroughs, Kathleen Hanna, Noam Chomsky, Jean-Michel Basquiat, Julian Assange, Timothy Leary