The best from the last seven days in Huck, featuring Tommy Guerrero, Skating in Sicily and Gambian street photography.

Ali Goodman and Franki Baseley are crafting an antidote to disposal trends by making rad workwear from salvaged goods.

Insightful photobook See What I See presents The Gambia, as seen through the analogue photography of 18 students who live there.

Mark Rubenstein uses natural light to create captivating images of youth in flux.

Satta Skates' Joe Lauder shares his creative process in a new video for Huck's Show Your Work series.

Huck meets Thierry Noir, the French Street Artist who was the first to paint on the Berlin Wall.

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Boogie Playlist

Boogie Playlist


New York resident Boogie is the grittiest street photographer to come out of Serbia. He's normally on the road with just his gut, perception and camera - but on his first trip to London he had Huck on his tail.

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C215 Playlist

Street Art In Action

Parisian stencil artist, Christian Guémy aka C215, self-reflects on his inner demons and shares his outside influences. Here are three raw edits of him and his peer exemplars at work, on road.

City Gardens was home to the first-ever unscheduled Descendents reunion.

City Gardens Playlist

Punk/Rock Curated

A book about a momentous New Jersey nightclub, 'No Slam Dancing: City Gardens' gives some the best memories of living music legends a worthy forever after. Here is some footage of the prime contributors off the page and on the stage, doing their thing.

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