Thomas Campbell makes some seriously amazing artwork for you to hang on your wall.
As the sound of protest bellows around the globe, the Craftivist Collective are sewing quiet little messages for change.
Swoon’s street art may be designed to fade away, but the trail it leaves behind is far from fleeting.
The Dogtown pioneer and legendary artist has one eye on the future. And he’s ready for the day the lights go out.
A pilot episode to new video series HUCK Indies featuring East London custom tattoo studio, Kids Love Ink.
HUCK talks with the pro-snowboarder-turned-artist about why accessibility is not always a good thing.
Rolling Back The Years saw HUCK exhibit eight old-school decks customised by eight cool-as-hell artists.
He may have lived through criticism, court cases and commercial success, but the skate punk-turned-street art entrepreneur is now ready to back his own campaign.
In one of the first interviews since his detention, art-activist tells HUCK as much as he can about what it means to be ‘free’.
Through films, books and one-woman live shows, she’s found a way to quell the urge to reach out and connect.
Artist Schoph Schophield talks to HUCK about his new exhibition, Down Too Long in the Midnight Sea.
David Carson read the handbook of ‘good’ graphic design. Then he tore it up, rewrote the rules and found a way to leave his mark.