Italian photographer Valerio Polici came of age throwing his name up on the streets. Graffiti, he reflects, was an illegal thrill that kept him hooked.
Swoon’s Braddock Tiles project aims to transform lives in a former steel town by renovating an abandoned church and creating a tile workshop.
Have we become 21st Century gods? Giacomo Bufarini aka RUN’s new show Man is God questions our relationship to the world around us.
Artist Clet Abraham’s mischievously modified signage subverts authorities’ attempts to make us obedient citizens.
Artist Katy Bauer explains the key to successful activist art is not to rant, shock or alienate but break through to people who don’t agree with you.
Weston-super-Mare’s world-famous bemusement park gets its own saccharine-sweet promo video.
The cans are drawn. London’s finest graffiti writers go head-to-head for a cash prize on Saturday August 22.
Norway's graffiti-oriented NuArt festival celebrates its tenth anniversary with an incredible array of the world's best street artists.
Underground graffiti collective Broken Fingaz spring up in LA for a mesmerising show that takes on sex, death, Indian spirituality and capitalist advertising.
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 keeping on.
Brett Amory recreates poignant city locations through painting and installation. As he publishes his complete works, we asked the Bay Area artist how his process is evolving.
One of France's more mysterious culture jammers OaKoAK gives Huck a rare interview.