Between 1982 - 1987, photographer Mike Seaborne captured the East End community – long before the world of global finance set up camp.
The fight to save Hackney Wick is about more than artists losing homes – it’s about who London is for, and what we stand to lose when they’re gone.
As well as being London's largest DIY skate spot, Gillett Square is also a sanctuary for people on the fringes of society – but for how much longer?
The Astoria Skate Plaza in Queens, New York, is a sanctuary for skaters, but now rampant gentrification threatens to rip a community from its home.
In his new book, photographer Andrew Holligan captures a snapshot of Dalston, East London in the 1980s, a hub of diversity on the cusp of change.
For decades, Black Blocks was a space nobody cared about until skaters took it as their own - and fought to protect it from the gentrification sweeping Atlanta.
Like every American city, homelessness in Atlanta is all too commonplace. The economic downturn hit this city hard, and gentrification finds no space for those who are desperate.
Photographer Richard Sandler captured the chaos and creativity on the streets, before the Big Apple was hollowed out by greedy real estate speculators like Donald Trump.
DAMEHT team up with artist, photographer and Lower East Side legend Clayton Patterson to release a limited edition version of the iconic Clayton Cap.
Michael Fordham was raised on the West Ham terraces. He mourns the death of its century-old ground and the working class football culture it nurtured.
London’s declining traditional venues are surviving by providing a home for threatened alternative nightlife, from live music to LGBTQ parties.
The uniformed street gangs who inspired The Warriors were violent pillars of community identity, before being destroyed by gentrification and the drug trade.