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.
Iranian surrealist Mehdi Ghadyanloo reveals a darker side in his first UK show.
Mapping the City exhibition explores how street artists see the urban world differently.
Egypt’s 2011 revolution filled the streets with colour, but now the new regime is stamping out creative resistance.
The most notorious face in street art breaks open his vast pin badge collection.
The birth of hip hop, lost civilisations and Quentin Blake are just some of the things that inspire artist Kid Acne.
Artist TWOONE blends human and animal features to reveal the inner character of people who pass through his life.
Polish street artist Soap blends surrealism, photorealism and influences from hip hop's golden era.
Author and academic Basma Hamdy says Egypt is going through dark times.