In a three-week-long road trip, photographer Owen Tozer and journalist Matt Barr document the influence of Californian board sports culture.
With his new album, the Long Beach rapper has constructed a swelling commentary on adolescence and upbringing – of which there are no easy answers.
Formed as Black Lives Matter protests swept the globe, Color The Water is out to reclaim Californian surf culture – one wave at a time.
After acquiring a Polaroid camera, photographer Lyle Ashton Harris began capturing a transformative period of his life as a young artist studying at Cal Arts.
In her early 20s, photographer Mimi Plumb returned to her childhood home to document a generation of disaffected youth growing up amid the drought-ridden California landscape.
As a ride-along photographer with the LAPD, Joseph Rodriguez captured first hand the work of one of America's most notorious police forces.
One year since uncontrollable flames wreaked havoc through Malibu, Huck’s Contributing Editor looks back on what losing everything can teach you.
Back in print for the first time since 1970, Dennis Stock’s California Trip serves as a radical visual history, depicting the Sunshine State at its heady peak.
Throughout the decade, photographer Michael Jang made fake press passes to get access to gigs, conventions and Hollywood events.
The Woolsey Fire started on November 8, 2018. It would go on to destroy over 1600 structures – including Jamie Brisick’s home.
Since it was founded in the 1950s, the Aetherius Society has claimed to be responsible for preventing some of the world’s most deadly catastrophes.
Larry Clark's images of wayward teens shocked America – but that brutal vision of suburbia helped skateboarder Ed Templeton realise that his own life could be a muse.