The Astoria Skate Plaza in Queens, New York, is a sanctuary for skaters, but now rampant gentrification threatens to rip a community from its home.
The Art+Feminism collective organise large-scale edit-a-thons to take on the underrepresentation of women artists online.
The streets of 1980s New York City were rough, and the fashion obsessed Lo-Life crew were at its heart, desperate to look good by any means necessary.
From Black Flag to Sonic Youth, Raymond Pettibon helped define what punk looks like when it's hung up on a wall. Now he's taking us inside his fantasy world, where the only ticket is a pencil and a piece of paper.
Martha Cooper’s photographs of New York graffiti in the seventies and eighties helped catapult hip hop around the globe.
DAMEHT team up with artist, photographer and Lower East Side legend Clayton Patterson to release a limited edition version of the iconic Clayton Cap.
The uniformed street gangs who inspired The Warriors were violent pillars of community identity, before being destroyed by gentrification and the drug trade.
Artist Daniel Shea explains how cycling has given him an intimate and inspiring relationship with the soul of New York City. In a story from The Commuter Journal – a cycling paper made by Huck and Levi’s® Commuter™.
Tom Sachs is a sculptor, probably best known for his elaborate recreations of various modern icons, all of them masterpieces of engineering and design.
Dr David Ores is on a quest to change lives by removing bad tattoos from former gang members, ex-convicts and victims of human trafficking - free of charge.
Jonathan Shaw travelled the world and left a red-hot mark on the people and places he encountered, but the real adventure, he insists, is the one you start when you get back home.
Hamilton Harris – the blunt-rolling kid from Larry Clark's seminal film Kids – is raising funds for a new doc that will explore the real lives and stories that inspired the cult classic.