Jay Riggio's handcrafted dreamscapes are taking cut-and-paste art to a new surreal place.
Dark figures, strange creatures, and night-blooming flowers are just some elements in Christopher Conn Askew's art of fantasy due to be exhibited in London this month.
Marbles & Ware Collective are fighting to get emerging artists' work the attention it deserves.
Creepy comic art, 1950s B-movies and nature's underworld inspire Canadian illustrator Ryan Heshka who's in a group show at Atomica Gallery next month.
With cosmic performance art piece Chapel Perilous III, photographer and musician Eleanor Hardwick will take you on a trippy journey through your senses.
Photographer Andrew Paynter is fascinated by artists and creative people, committed to putting the hours in to reveal their personalities.
Over 50 artists celebrate the 20th anniversary of Enter the Wu-Tang in new London exhibition Wu Tang is for the Children.
Ralph Steadman talks to Huck about the art of being Gonzo ahead of his SXSW debut
James Jarvis, Jon Boam and Marcus Oakley illustrate decks for new South London skate company Blast Skates.
Rude funnies in new exhibition Sick Emotions X-ibit (SEX) by Swedish artist and skater Jacob Ovgren of Polar Skate Co.
Artist and pro skateboarder Ed Templeton curates some skate 'Top Picks' from his Huntington Beach hood.
US indie documentary 'Sign Painters' pulls viewers into the story of America's artisanal hand-lettering past and present.