After a crisis of confidence, the Swedish pop musician – celebrated for dispensing nuggets of advice to fans – has learned some new life lessons of his own.
Mary Nally started a cultural biennial on a small Irish island, giving people a chance to unplug and reignite their creative spark.
Photographer Richard Sandler captured the chaos and creativity on the streets, before the Big Apple was hollowed out by greedy real estate speculators like Donald Trump.
The writer and publisher shares his experience of getting shit done... without having to make soul-destroying compromises.
Matatuism: Stylising A Rebel explores the creative subculture of Nairobi busses, which compete to give passengers the most unforgettable ride.
To celebrate a decade of self-rule, we caught up with icons who personify the spirit of independence. To kick off the series, countercultural figure Shepard Fairey shares the key to balancing commerical pressures with DIY values.
Makeup artist and master of transformation Rolly Robinson shares his inspiring outlook on life and upliftment in short doc ‘More is More’.
DJ Shadow believes in independence at all costs. Twenty years on from his seminal album Endtroducing, the production pioneer talks us through the mentality that’s shaped a singular career.
After 11 years together, surviving hardship and high expectations, pop eccentrics Yeasayer have learned how to navigate the fears and insecurities inherent in making art.
A multimedia collective is using the power of creativity to protest an epidemic of violent deaths in the US.
While taking a bath, experimental multi-instrumentalist and composer Colin Stetson talks to Huck about the pressures of being a prodigy, defying preconceptions and his physically punishing live performances.
Spanish artist Mar Cerdà shares what inspires her beyond the weird world of Wes, including paper theatres and French comic Jacques Tati.