This couple broke probation to go on a worldwide tagging spree. But living on the run, chased from country to country, has taught them the true meaning of independence.
A new wave of young Ghanaian artists are questioning religious traditions and finding a voice, while at the same time making art on the street. This is Ghana, 2016.
GOUCH is a beautifully shot documentary about New York graffiti culture and one's man drive to leave a legacy within it. Huck spoke with filmmaker Raul Buitrago and graffiti writer Gouch about the challenges of writing graff history.
Prolific photographer and DIY zinemaker Marc Vallée gives us the lowdown on his self-publishing talk at Tate.
London street artist Lakwena Maciver brings her signature murals to Shoreditch’s Boxpark for a new pop-up exhibition.
New York City gave the world graffiti, and the world sold it on with a three-figure stamp. Through all the changes, the real pioneers like Lee Quiñones have found new ways to keep on keepin’ on.
A great adventure is like great art. Great art is not art that dazzles, it is art that grounds.
Caledonia Curry aka Swoon is helping to resurrect the impoverished town of Braddock, Pennsylvania, through an ambitious art-driven renovation project.
Bob’s Burgers artist puts up a cheeky spray at Babylon L.A.
Banksy challenges attitudes towards Syrian refugees, highlighting Apple founder Steve Jobs as the son of a Syrian migrant.
In Huck 51, photographer Valerio Polici revealed his world of underground graffiti. Here are movies and documentaries that celebrate the culture of street art.
My Dog Sighs explains the struggle of leaving his artwork behind for others and shares his influences and inspirations with Huck.