What do you when you’re fucked-off with the way things are? You start a subversive magazine and start exploring other planets.
Independent arts distributor Blue Monday Press curates some visual treats from their archives ahead of their creative takeover in Brighton this week.
Johnny Depp's tattooist in Rio, Johnny Rotten's hard London days, a melancholy man in a spooky castle and a personal punk history.
Jessie Cave documents the last four years of her life in doodles to be released in a new book Love Sick.
Huck's first book is a treasure trove of advice on how to lead a creative life from inspiring indie icons – from Douglas Coupland and Spike Jonze to Miranda July and Kim Gordon. See it come to life.
London-based digital magazine releases eighth issue jam-packed with unusual photo stories from around the globe.
Come and celebrate the release of our bible of creative advice, Paddle Against the Flow, with us on Thursday March 19 at 71a.
Independent publishing is in fine health. We asked Ruth Jamieson, author of Print is Dead. Long Live Print, about her favourite magazines and how to survive in a fiercely competitive industry.
In honour of World Book Day, Huck curates a selection of top reads to watch out for this coming year.
Our bible of creative advice from 60 inspirational 'doers' is now available worldwide. In this excerpt from the introduction Huck's editor Andrea Kurland explains how it started.
To celebrate The New Yorker’s 90th birthday, we look back on five of its most controversial and high-profile contributors.
In tribute to David Carr, his most powerful lessons on journalism, hard work, honesty and more.