Things we learned from re-reading Huck 45: The Ed Templeton Curated Issue.

James Victore is an irreverent prophet for the creative industries.

Artist, prankster and Thrasher magazine stalwart, Michael Sieben dips into a memory book of his (urban) suburban youth.

Huck spoke to four creative young Israelis and Palestinians for new perspectives on the ongoing conflict in the Middle East.

Artist and skater Ed Templeton talks about exploring his suburban world through art and his first steps into painting.

Skater-turned-woodcrafter Joey Pepper constructs a beautiful hand built canoe in his dusty workshop in Brooklyn, NYC.

San Sebastian-based artist Daniela Garreton pays homage to the beauty of the sea.

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Photographer Glen E. Friedman sits down with old bud Ian MacKaye at Dischord House just outside Washington DC to swap stories brought to mind by his new book, My Rules.


A new generation of photographers and video artists explore 21st century Russia alongside the rediscovered works of Sergei Prokudin-Gorsky in this exhibition at Calvert 22 Gallery.


The dudes behind Posca art pens put out this in-depth interview about life, luck and druids with skateboarding’s darkest artist, French.


La Virreina Image Centre in Barcelona has an amazing Martin Parr exhibition featuring his documentary work on West Yorkshire mill towns in the mid-1970s. Stunning stills of British working-class life.


Our sister magazine Little White Lies releases its first book later this year featuring extracts from interviews with fifty of the film world’s brightest stars, with subjects including legendary directors alongside A-list icons.