Artist Heather Benjamin has spent years at the forefront of New York’s punk scene, creating zines, books and art that explore a range of social taboos.
Shintaro Kago is a grandmaster of the grotesque: conjuring psychedelic illustrations that inspire as much awe as discomfort.
Historian and artist Beeta Baghoolizadeh shares Diaspora Letters – a collection of digital drawings exploring memory and migration in the Iranian diaspora.
25 years of Jamie Hewlett's work are catalogued for the first time in a new book by Taschen, looking at the artists' iconic style and legacy.
From pornography to tragedies – in his new book, British artist Craig Boagey turns confrontational photography into intricate pencil drawings.
Before becoming one of the most notable authors of his generation, Dave Eggers was a professional painter and artist. For his latest book, Ungrateful Mammals, he returns to his roots.
Garnering thousands of shares on social media, Kate Louise Powell’s powerful and emotive drawings have inspired a new kind of Internet activism.
Thomas Campbell’s work has been transformed into wild shaped decks, clothing and more, in a new collaboration with Element.
In '(no kissing)', Dominic Myatt turns the ads in one of the kinkiest corners of the internet into saucy drawings.
Images of the West Coast redwood forests brought photographer Céline Hamelin and illustrator Agathe Toman together to create a surreal monochrome world.
Illustrator of all things beautifully dark and beastly, Tim Lane is currently producing his second hardback publication. Here he talks to Huck about his disdain for the ‘amalgam of crap’ that is modern art, and his desire to create images which are not just aesthetically pleasing, but have a philosophical meaning too.