After opting against medical school and turning his back on convention, surfboard shaper Chris Christenson dedicated himself to a path of creative restlessness.
What’s up with that whole Valley Girl shtick? Was Clueless for real? Huck grabs a frappé at Topanga Mall and finds that stereotypes are, like, so passé.
Details have recently emerged of Californian agriculture’s dirty little secret: for the last twenty years, oil companies have been selling their wastewater to farmers, used to water crops for some of America’s best known food brands.
Sandow Birk reimagines historical paintings with a contemporary political critique. His American illustrated Qu’ran project swims against rising Islamophobia.
Breakout star Gregory Porter explains how jazz and soul’s history of protest informed his new album, Take Me To The Alley.
Filmmaker Morgan Maassen and surfer Nole Cossart take a road trip California. Out of the city, into nature – and always looking for waves along the way.
Artist, photographer, skateboarder and chronicler of Southern California Ed Templeton gives Huck an access-all-areas insight into his creative world.
The Defiance Issue traces a jagged line across the globe, picking up voices of rebellion along the way.
Inspired by the Vietnam draft and the killings of unarmed students at Kent State, the posters are a stark snapshot of student activism – '70s style.
A new exhibit at London's Raven Row Gallery explores the shifting nature of community in the late 20th Century. Among the experimental film and video on show are three films by the surreal, genre-bending documentarian Jean-Pierre Gorin.
Photographer Emily Winiker attended an annual 'Babes Ride Out' event in Joshua Tree on behalf of Stance Socks and captured the girls behind the action.
When denied freedom and everyday conveniences, people's resourcefulness grows. Chris Wilson shows us how prison taught him to free his mind, and his talent, in Huck's latest short film.