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In an age where it’s hard to believe what we’re told, there is a simple way out. And it starts by cutting the crap.

Huck's annual celebration of photography is dedicated to storytellers who do just that: documentarians who choose to define themselves as artists – and artists who never claimed to be truth-tellers at all.

Featuring...

Guy Martin
Zanele Muholi
Todd Hido
Cristina de Middel
Gregory Crewdson
S.J. Kitty Moodley
Lisette Poole
Ryan Staley
Laura El-Tantawy
Lewis Bush
LaToya Ruby Frazier on Gordon Parks
Ed Templeton on Larry Clark
Laia Abril
Mathias Depardon
Dominic Bracco II

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In this issue, we're all about the rock stars, renegades and idealists who refuse to sugarcoat life – making no apologies for who they are.

Featuring:

Liam Gallagher
The brashest man in music is back to remind us why he's the last true rock'n'roll star.

Naomi Klein
The cult writer on how we can defeat man-baby disaster capitalists like Trump, if we knuckle down, dream big and get real.

Jamal Shabazz
Streets photographer Jamel Shabazz has spent his life documenting the city that never sleeps.

Piss Drunx
This crew adopted a 'fuck everything' attitude that made them skateboarding icons. Looking back, many count themselves lucky to have made it out alive.

Athens: DIY Paradise
Greece has stiffed its youth with a failed economy and a crumbling capital. But if you’re a self-starter thinking big, Athens is alive with possibility.

Prison Photography
The US prison system is an overcrowded wasteland of wayward lives. But a handful of photographers are determined to humanise those shunned by society.

Nick Broomfield
Regrets? Nick Broomfield has a few. But each one has helped shape an unrivalled path in gonzo filmmaking.

Plus much more!

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In this issue, we’re circling the outer limits to meet anti-heroes living on the fringe...

Featuring:

Cowboys from Hell
Botswana's metal scene is a DIY subculture uncorrupted by the outside world.

Iranian Aliens
In the shadows of Iran's hardline regime, the country's liberal youth are finding creative ways to kickstart a grassroots revolution.

Father John Misty
Now that Josh Tillman has shot to stardom, he's got a message for all of us: life is a cosmic joke.

Bikestormz
On the streets of London, a subculture of cyclists are pulling off death-defying stunts in rush-hour traffic.

Breakaway Republic
Transnistria's first generation are coming of age, they're finding their way in a world that doesn't recognise their identity.

Cosey Fanni Tutti
A creative force who ripped up the rules in the realms of sex, music and art.

Perfume Genius
After finding stability, musician Mike Hadreas realised that sobriety doesn't fix everything. It just shines a harsher light on the underlying problems.

Plus much more!

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The Game-Changer Issue is our riposte to 2016. We’re back, buoyed by a newfound optimism and kinship that’s prepared to rise up and resist.

This is our way of saying ‘thank you’ for the realisation that nothing good ever came from inaction. 

We're meeting people who share our belief in agitation – from punk pioneers who never learned to bite their tongue, to creative renegades who believe that art can be a weapon.

Featuring...

John Lydon
The face of both the Sex Pistols and PiL takes us through his life as a groundbreaking force in counter-culture.

Bombin' El Salvador
A wave of graffiti rebels are refusing to conform and willing to risk everything in the name of self-expression.

Progressive Porn
An independent porn revolution is underway and it’s proudly freaky – just as new legislation threatens to whitewash the industry.

Skateboarder Turned Shaman
Greg Carroll made his name overturning skate industry conventions. Now he's helping people make sense of their lives.

VC London
An all-female biker collective disrupting the world of motorcycle machismo.

Kings of Comedy
From stand-up to satire, jokes can be a saviour. But in the right hands, they can trigger change.

Cryptoparties
Our every move is being monitored and watched by Big Brother... but there is a way to survive the coming storm.

Ken Loach, a singular presence in British filmmaking.

Jacob Mallinson Bird, the gender-fluid model who doubles as an academic.

Dirty Projectors' Kanye-inspired U-turn

Amanda Feilding, psychedelic countess.

South Sudan's Returned, fighting for their lives.

The 'nasty women' of 404 Ink

Plus more!

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Huck 58 – The Offline Issue gets back to basics by unplugging from the internet and diving headfirst into the real world.

2016 is the year the world split in two, the year that will go down in history as the moment the echo chamber imploded all around us.

So in this issue, we’re saying sayonara to social media. We’re closing our screens, putting down our phones and getting off the grid.

We’ll meet people who go under the radar to find fulfilment, and spotlight those who champion tangible experience above all else.

It’s time to turn off, tune in and drop out.

Featuring…

Scrublands
Photographer Antoine Bruy discovers a radical community living in the wild, leaving the rat race behind.

Standing Rock
We buckle down with the indigenous activists who have battled to halt the Dakota Access Pipeline.

Bret Easton Ellis
A literary maverick who’s brutally honest about life in the digital age.

Behind Abandoned Doors
As urban exploration spreads far and wide, we see why the art of 'hacking' hidden locations remains closely guarded.

The Flaming Lips
Even when the shit hits the fan, The Flaming Lips keep finding freaky ways to challenge convention and bring people together.

Escape Your Life
Uncovering stories of people who gave up everything to start over.

Plus...

Jerry Mraz: The Batman of skateboarding

Gloria: A double life of BDSM

Reykjavíkurdætur: Iceland's feminist hip hop collective

Rafal Gerszak’s off-grid photography

Moondog: NYC's most distinct counterculture icon

The Pinball Punk of Montreal

Romare: Transforming found sounds

And much more!

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Huck 57 – The Documentary Photography Special IV is our annual celebration of visual storytelling in which we shine a light back on the people behind the lens.

In 2016, photographers are under greater pressure than ever to get in, get the angle and get out. The time and space needed to scratch beneath the surface of a story is becoming increasingly rare.

Some photographers, though, refuse to give in. They’re ready to invest whatever it takes to dig deep and follow stories as they unfold over years, tackling issues so ingrained that they’re dismissed as givens.

In this issue, we focus on storytellers chasing the bigger picture by exploring never-ending truths.

Featuring…

The Long Run by Olivier Laurent:
Meet the photographers who know that the only way to represent the truth is to stick with a story for a lifetime... and beyond.

Alex Webb - Where the Light Leads:
Magnum photographer Alex Webb has a knack for absorbing the world, catching cinematic moments that make time stand still.

Lynsey Addario - Larger Than Me:
Photojournalist Lynsey Addario has risked her life to document war and crisis around the world. She’s witnessed death and been kidnapped more than once, but has never found a reason to put her camera down.

Exclusive personal essays from photographers Ruddy Roye, Stacy Kranitz, Mark Steinmetz, Robin Hammond, Dominic Nahr, Per-Anders Pettersson, Emine Gozde Sevim, Andres Gonzalez, Sacha Lecca, Daniel Zvereff, Kyle Weeks, CJ Clarke, Christopher Bethell, Victoria Sambunaris, Poulomi Basu.

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It’s been 10 years since Huck first launched as an independent platform for mavericks and pioneers.

For our 10th anniversary issue, we’re gravitating towards people who have blazed their own trail, finding out how self-determination has shaped their story.

Join us as we celebrate a decade of self-rule – and the freedom principle that keeps us going.

Featuring...

Kiki: a wild dance movement blowing up out of NYC.

Heroes of Huck: Chino Moreno, Stephanie Gilmore, Janette Beckman, Dave Eggers, Shepard Fairey, Cheryl Dunn, Ed Templeton and Rodney Mullen.

Physical Graffiti: A new wave of Palestinian dancers are finding creative ways to reclaim their freedom.

Foster Huntington: With a million followers on Instagram, this restless spirit is ready to turn his reality into a fantasy world.

Bat for Lashes: An exclusive interview with the one-woman dream-pop vehicle.

Shahrbanoo Sadat: The 26-year-old filmmaker who defied Afghanistan's corrupt movie industry.

Acid Priest: How photographer Lee Kirby found himself opening a biographical pandora’s box.

Doug Stanhope: This comedic outlier turned his back on LA to live life on his own terms.

Utah & Ether: The Bonnie and Clyde of graffiti, on the run around the world.

DJ Shadow: Shattering myths about label power and challenging ideas of success.

Environmental Activism: Confronting climate chaos.

Royal Trux: The cult band who reshaped rock.

Ketty Nivyabandi: A Burundian poet who led a dangerous protest against her country’s president, becoming an unlikely hero.

Marc Maron: The comedian and superstar podcaster takes us through the art of connecting with others.

The Soweto (Re-)Uprising: A South African sub-culture that's raw, punk and doesn’t give a fuck.

Plus much more!

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Our generation is no stranger to fear. It seems to linger ominously around every corner, casting a shadow on our backs. We're force-fed fear by the gallon-load - from politicians' lips and tabloid headlines to our own self-defeating inner-demons. Enemies, we're told, are everywhere. Our future is riddled with insecurity. And our planet has been royally screwed by all the men and women who came before us. It's enough to send even the brightest optimist to the brink of a nervous breakdown. But still, there are people who refuse to freak out - no matter how scary shit gets.

In this issue, we're peeling back the mask and locking eyes with fear. We want to understand how it creeps into our lives with an insidious, Machiavellian stealth - dividing communities, breeding paranoia, and forcing us to lose faith in others and ultimately in ourselves. We'll interrogate our own fears, both founded and unfounded, ordinary and bizarre. And we'll contemplate some things that don't scare us nearly enough, but which we can no longer afford to ignore.

So join us as we face our demons and the great unknown:

Water Stories: Are we heading towards a water crisis or are we already in it? Photographer Mustafah Abdulaziz is journeying across the world, closing the gap between the choices we make and the impact we have on the planet.

Yeasayer: After eleven years together, surviving hardship and high expectations, pop eccentrics Yeasayer have learned to navigate the fears and insecurities inherent in making art.

Lucia Griggi: Waves as big as tower blocks and the surf patriarchy could not stop surf photographer Lucia Griggi from becoming one of the best in the world.

Fear and Loathing in the USA: Writer Joe Donnelly contemplates the roots of America's schizophrenic state as it plays out in wild style during the scariest and most divisive Presidential election in living memory.

Phobia, USA: Photographer Mike Belleme set out to capture a portrait of America in 2016 by documenting people's most intimate fears. The stories he found were anything but black and white - from the police officer who's scared of opening up, to the Bernie Sanders supporter who's scared of her family's rejection.

Ovarian Psycos: The women-of-colour bike gang that's reclaiming the streets of East LA in the name of sisterhood and marginalised voices.

McKamey Manor: In suburban San Diego, Ross McKamey has turned his home into an extreme haunted house experience - complete with torture chambers and tailored to your darkest fears. Huck went there, so you don't have to.

Juan F. Thompson: When Hunter S. Thompson shot himself in the head, his son Juan was in the room next book. In this intimate interview, Juan peels back the layers of the icon he called dad and reveals the true face of a man mythologised to death.

Stanley Donwood: Artist and Radiohead collaborator Stanley Donwood on his new immersive project - ominously titled 'the bomb' - which will blow your mind and make you wake up to the very real threat posed by nuclear weapons.

Big Momma: The Florida rapper who's not afraid to tap into the dark horrors of life.

Millennial Fears: Meet the activists, entrepreneurs and optimistic doers who have found innovative ways to face our generation's demons - from fear of killing the planet to fear of an unaffordable life.

Xinjiang Skate: Chinese photographer Terry Xie travels to China's most western frontier to explore the region - demonised by local media - through the eyes of fellow skaters.

Rwanda Rising: Two decades after genocide, Rwanda has risen from the ashes. But as the country's artists push past the panic that once turned neighbours into enemies, what does the future hold for a nation scarred by a history of divide and rule?

Fatima Al Qadir: Electronic musician Fatima Al Qadir is channeling her childhood in Kuwait to break down illusions of freedom in the West.

Zomba Prison Project: A notorious Malawi prison has produced an unlikely success: a critically acclaimed album with the power to heal.

False Flags: In the search for reason in an age of terror, some people believe governments plot hoax tragedies to control us through fear. We meet the conspiracy theorists who claim they see the truth.

Punk Myanmar: The pacifist punks of divided Myanmar are overcoming religious divisions to prove that there's always another path through life.

The Optimist's Guide to Tomorrow: Good news from The Future Men! Authors, sustainability experts, and part-time comedians Mark Stevenson and Ed Gillespie tackle our collective fears about the planet's future, and find reasons to be optimistic in-between the bad headlines.

How To Make It Your Own: More words of wisdom from independent doers turning their passion projects into progress. Featuring Ibrahim Nehme, editor of Beirut-based magazine The Outpost, and Bekke Popoola, of female art collective Black British Girlhood.

Plus more!

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In this issue, we're celebrating Defiance in all its raw, subversive glory - from acts of quiet dissent and open rebellion to people who defy conventions (and the expectations of others) to prove that there are endless ways to live your life.

We'll hear stories of renegades hellbent on change who aren't afraid to 'step outta line.' From the Kurdish female fighters taking on the Islamic State to anti-Putin performance artist punks. From the skateboarders of Ulaanbaatar who refuse to grow up to the Brooklyn woman who's revolutionising porn.

Kurdish Female Fighters: The feminist army taking on Isis - and gaining ground. But what's driving young women to take up arms on the frontline, knowing they may never return?

Henry Rollins: Former Black Flag frontman-turned-master of the spoken word on defiance, reinvention and his workaholic fire.

Pussy Riot and Russian Resistance: A conversation about rebellion under Putin's gaze. Pussy Riot's Nadya Tolokinikkova joins Oksana Shalgyina, the wife of performance artist and activist Pytr Pavlensky, who's in prison after setting fire to what was once the KGB's front door.

Brussels Skate Utopia: The Paris attacks put Brussels at the centre of Europe's debate on immigration, throwing up some heated questions. Is failed integration radicalising teens? But at Ursulines skatepark a refreshing counterpoint is thriving, as kids from all backgrounds skate together in peace.

Roller Derby Beirut: These women aren’t just pioneers; they’re the architects of their own future.

Beyond Binary: Personal stories that push beyond the gender binary to prove that life doesn't play out in shades of pink and blue.

Longboards for Guns: Against the backdrop of a growing gun epidemic, one community in California is trying to defy the stats with a unique 'BuyBack' initiative that aims to get firearms off the streets. Hand in a gun, get a longboard in return. But are they fighting a losing battle?

Mongolia Skate: Meet the firebrand skaters of Ulaanbaatar, the world's coldest capital, as they defy the odds to make skateboarding a viable dream.

PLUS...

Kano: He made a name for himself in London's grime community, but Kano refuses to be defined by any one genre.

Molly Crabapple: Artist, activist, gonzo journalist, Molly Crabapple has reported from inside Guantanamo Bay armed with nothing but ink and an eye for moral justice.

Akala: The UK rapper, who practises what he preaches, on the limits of leading a socially conscious life.

MacKenzie Peck: The Brooklyn woman who's sticking it to sleazy San Fernando execs by making fun and ethical 'real good porn'.

Regencia Viva: A toxic mudslide across Brazil is no match for these ocean-loving activists.

Rwanda SafeMotos: Motorcycle accidents are claiming lives across the African continent, but these Kigali entrepreneurs have developed a life-saving app.

How To Make It On Your Own: Advice from the frontlines of creative culture, featuring Doomed Gallery in London and Horses Records in Vancouver.

And more...

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At the beginning of this year, we set ourselves a mission: to follow the trajectory of a great idea as it evolves to become a great life. It felt like the natural next step - to go in search of a kind of indie culture manifesto. We'd spent the best part of a decade hearing pretty incredible stories from pretty incredible people - from how Spike Jonze shook up Hollywood with his skate-rat aesthetic, to how Cat Power educated herself on Southern soul; from Mos Def’s revolutionary roots, to the rise of Dave Eggers’ independent empire. But we'd never slowed down long enough to consider how these stories pan out over time, and all the phases that we go through as individuals, no matter how we choose to live our life. So this year we decided to break things down a little, starting with... the very start.

The Origins Issue was all about roots - and all the ways our formative years shape us. We heard from people about how they got their start, and the experiences and inspirations that first triggered them into action. In Survival, we explored how they keep going, often against the odds. With Adventure we took a detour into the wild for some much-needed creative renewal, and heard from people who are finding new ways to shake up their everyday lives. For our Fiftieth Issue Special we paused to reflect on lessons learned, treating ourselves to fifty personal stories from fifty people we admire. And now - after a short detour for our annual Documentary Photography Special - we've arrived at Change, the only constant in a world that's fraying at the edges.

In this issue, the last one of the year, we’re tackling change head-on and interrogating all the ways it breaks and makes us. We’ll hear from people who refuse to sit still when change manifests as crisis, and from others who have lived through that chaos and come out the other side. We’ll see what it means when entire communities fight back and become changemakers in their own right. And we'll learn from all the round pegs in square holes who are finding ways to change things up - playing around, trying stuff out - and propelling us all forward in the process.

People like:

Mujtaba Jalali: Our cover story photographer has been documenting the journey of refugees as they flee war and conflict. But he’s no outsider. The journey is his own.

Swoon: From street artist to hands-on activist, Caledonia Curry is using her empathic eye to help communities rebuild their own lives. In this exclusive interview she opens up about how a broken childhood became her creative fuel.

#BlackLivesMatter Across The Pond: Meet the British and US activists building a transatlantic bridge, swapping stories of loved ones lost at the hands of police in their ongoing fight for change.

Alec Soth: Lessons learned from the Magnum photographer who’s not afraid to try new things, reinvent himself, and be a beginner again.

Refugee Stories: Unfiltered personal accounts from people, not statistics, who have settled in the UK fleeing North Korea, Sierra Leone, Iran and Nazi Germany: from Nobel Prize-winning Professors to chart-topping singers.

Cuba’s First Entrepreneurs: As Cuba enters its free-market adolescence, allowing people to be self-employed for the first time, we meet the taxi drivers, cafe owners and teens with dreams taking advantage of Los Cambios - ‘the changes’.

Hidden Homelessness: When Daisy-May Hudson’s family had to declare themselves homeless, she picked up a camera and documented their experience so they wouldn’t be swept to one side.

Gay Henry: Meet the Californian queen who’s shaking up drag culture. And isn’t gay.

Kiev Insiders Guide: Get to know the city as it moves beyond the changes sparked in Maidan Square, courtesy of the bands, filmmakers and creative upstarts who are bringing a new energy to its hard-worn streets.

Emily Earring: The Pine Ridge teen who's turning skateboarding's tired cliches into her own homegrown truth.

Paul Mason’s Post-capitalist Future: Get a tour of the world you’re helping to build with writer Paul Mason, as he lays down his vision of a post-cash, post-capitalism, co-operative utopia that may be just around the bend.

Octopizzo: The Kenyan rapper calling shit on foreign aid is offering true upliftment by engaging with the youth of Kibera, and refugee camps throughout West Africa.

Chris Wilson: Artist, writer and the subject of Huck’s new film series, Prison Da Vinci, found himself in prison aged 16. Change, he says, isn’t a turning point but something you channel and work on for life.

Zydeco Cowboys: Deep in the Louisiana countryside, Creole cowboy culture is fusing with hip hop and shaking up the Zydeco old guard.

Dr Dave: The New York City doctor who loves his Harley and is covered in ink, but spends his days removing bad tattoos for free so that other people can move on with their lives.

Julia Harriman: She had the archetypal London life - but changed everything just to get out.

From South Sudan to Downunder: In suburban Australia, South Sudanese teens that once fled war are forging a new collective identity.

Rio Surf Activism: The surfers of Rocinha, Brazil's largest favela, are fighting to save their beloved home-break from man-made water pollution.

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Paolo Woods & Gabriele Galimberti’s momentous photobook The Heavens exposes the mysterious abyss of tax havens, the absurdity of our global economic system and the weird world of the privileged one per cent. Featured in Huck’s Documentary Photography Special III

Slip-cased hardback, in an edition of 1200 copies
310mm x 246mm, 218 pages,
84 colour plates & extensive illustrations
ISBN: 978-1-905928-12-5

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Huck 52 - The Documentary Photography Special III celebrates collaboration in many different forms. These are photo stories that help us connect. These are the stories that speak to us. Stories that hold our collective truth.

Documentary photographers have a particular kind of mission. As storytellers that start and end with the truth, they’ve made it their life’s work to pick apart the things that confound us – conflict and inequality, politics and love; the actions of men who think they hold all the cards, and the inaction of those who don’t know their own power.

Stories are shaped by the people who live them, then generously handed on to be retold. With that exchange comes a social contract, whether the storyteller knows it or not. There is no story without collaboration. And anyone who argues otherwise is fooling no one but themselves. And even when the storyteller, camera in hand, has no one to answer to but themselves, the images they create become a collaboration of a different kind: a conversation that we can all choose to enter – no matter who or where we are – that in turn gives even more people a voice.

Featuring:

Eli Reed - A Long Walk Home: New Jersey-born Eli Reed – who was the first black man to join the Magnum roster in 1988 – finds common ground with his subjects by always approaching them with the empathy and respect he would wish for himself.

Glenna Gordon - Muslim Romance: Glenna Gordon stumbled across a Muslim romance novel in Nigeria’s religious north and entered a world where the rules of love became a barrier.

Better Together by Olivier Laurent: Photographers have found ways to collaborate with other people since the origins of the documentary form. Meet the ones coming together with storytellers of all kinds to find a new perspective.

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"A haunting and important book - a reminder of what it means to be human, flawed, and occasionally fabulous." Karl Taro Greenfield

Following on from the documentary of the same title, surf journalist Brisick brings you the story of 1960s surf pioneer and champion Paul Drouyn's transformation into Westerly Windina.

Praise for Becoming Westerly

"You've never read anything like Becoming Westerly. Peter Drouyn is a character beyond the capacities of almost any novelist to imagine - and then he turns into someone else. Jamie Brisick traces the emergence of Westerly Windina with so much empathy, eloquence, and patience. His book is dazzling, devastating, funny and surpassingly strange"
- William Finnegan, author of Barbarian Days

"With this compassionate, funny and wrenching book, Brisick has taken his impressive work to a new level, establishing himself as a fine observer of life's currents, on land, sea and inside the heart."
- Deanne Stillman, author of Twentynine Palms

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To shake things up at Huck, we’ve decided to spend the year exploring how other people get from point A to point Z without giving up on the one thing that keeps them going. Artists and photographers, musicians and creators – people who make damn sure they always dig what they do. We started with Origins, and found out how they got their start. Then came Survival, and they told us how they keep going. Now we’re at Adventure – the big unexpected twist(!) – the point in the plot where things hang mid-air. When someone steps into the unknown.

But what if adventure wasn’t just about fantastical trips? Or sticking your flag into someone else’s ‘undiscovered’ land? What if the greatest journey you will ever take is the one you’ve taken a thousand times? What if adventures could happen within?

Some people bring adventure into their own lives, shaking up the familiar by shifting their own mindset. Others make sure they venture out into the world and beyond the boundaries of their own private comfort zone. Whatever they do, however far they choose to go, they keep their eyes and minds open to new experiences.

Will they be transformed? A better question is: will you?

Featuring:

Polar explorer Ben Saunders: Walking to the edge of the Earth and living to tell the tale.

Jonathan Shaw: He 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.

Bill Daniel: Artist and freight-hopping documentarian Bill Daniel had to escape the big city to stay twenty years ahead of the curve.

Pep Kim: When photographer Pep Kim swapped South Korea for the States, the fabled kerbs of NYC felt foreign and brand new.

The Insider's Guide to Wellington, New Zealand: A portal to boundless adventures, but the city is much more than just a landing spot for adrenalin-junkies and explorers. It’s also a haven for music and art.

Dee Ripoll: The Scottish surfer almost lost her entire world. Then she realised her world was much bigger than she thought.

Wildlings of Helsinki: Huck heads to the Finnish capital to explore its greener verge, where a new generation of foragers are making the urban wilderness their home.

Photo Essay - Into The Quiet Zone: Photographer Emile Holba takes a pilgrimage to Pocahontas County, West Virginia, where life inside the National Radio Quiet Zone is interference-free.

Valerio Polici: The Italian photographer came of age throwing his name up on the streets. Graffiti, he reflects, was the ultimate escape.

Roots Manuva: Rodney Smith takes wild seeds scattered across the globe – from leafy suburbia to the streets of Jamaica – and grows something new.

Jay Nelson: He makes wild contraptions out of wood that are the stuff of surfing lore. But for artist Jay Nelson, adventures only really kick off when things begin to go wrong.

Creepoid: Together, they gave up everything to become the band of their dreams.

Photo Essay - Further Downstream: Aaron Vincent Elkaim’s work captures an image of a disconnected world, where communities are being cut off from their heritage and land.

Alone we stroll: Huck catches up with some modern-day flâneurs, who are strolling great distances away from the crowd.

Jalal Mansur Nuriddin: He may well be the grandfather of rap, but most people have never heard his name.

Matt Moniz: At seventeen, he’s climbed some of the world’s most dangerous mountains but it was his latest trip to Everest that taught him the true meaning of survival.

Nigel Cabourn: British designer Nigel Cabourn takes the lives of great explorers and turns them into stories you can wear.

Tom Explores LA: Adventures are everywhere, says rebel tour guide Tom Carroll, even in your own backyard.

On Sale Date: 18th of July

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To celebrate 50 issues in the game, Huck brings you fifty inspiring stories - from artists, filmmakers, photographers, musicians, writers, activists and creative doers of all kinds - about the lessons life throws at us when we're busy doing what we love.

A bumper-sized edition, available in two alternative covers.

Featuring:

Douglas Coupland on how sending the right message to the right person can change the course of your life.

Martin Parr on taking bad photos in order to get good.

Neko Case on why independence is a privilege that should be protected at all costs.

Thurston Moore on how creating a physical calling card is more important now than ever.

John Baldessari on why you have to destroy the past to ask new questions of the future.

Amy Goodman on why fighting for a better future is about fighting every day.

And:

Tune-Yards
Alfred Bobe Jr
Andy Gill & Anton Corbijn
Easkey Britton
Sideburn Magazine
Eli Morgan Gesner
Toro Y Moi
Hans Ulrich Obrist
Ozier Muhammad
Alison Mosshart
Lee Scratch Perry
Sharmadean Reid
Bruce Pavitt
Eskil Vogt
Max Porter
Nick Waplington
High Maintenance
Will Butler
Banquet Records
John Vanderslice
Laura Trott
Kazuo Ishiguro
Mr Bingo
Stephanie Foo
Brother Ali
Kassia Meador
Russell Brand
Maziar Bahari & Jon Stewart
Nell Zink
Atmosphere
Eman Mohammed
Iris Skateboards
Strike!
Spot
Adam Granduciel
Joe Sib
Ricky Powell
Deborah Coughlin
Arooj Aftab
Lee Quinones
Michaela Angele Davis
The Smarteez
Twin Shadow
Thomas Morris

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To celebrate 50 issues in the game, Huck brings you fifty inspiring stories - from artists, filmmakers, photographers, musicians, writers, activists and creative doers of all kinds - about the lessons life throws at us when we're busy doing what we love.

A bumper-sized edition, available in two alternative covers.

Featuring:

Douglas Coupland on how sending the right message to the right person can change the course of your life.

Martin Parr on taking bad photos in order to get good.

Neko Case on why independence is a privilege that should be protected at all costs.

Thurston Moore on how creating a physical calling card is more important now than ever.

John Baldessari on why you have to destroy the past to ask new questions of the future.

Amy Goodman on why fighting for a better future is about fighting every day.

And:

Tune-Yards
Alfred Bobe Jr
Andy Gill & Anton Corbijn
Easkey Britton
Sideburn Magazine
Eli Morgan Gesner
Toro Y Moi
Hans Ulrich Obrist
Ozier Muhammad
Alison Mosshart
Lee Scratch Perry
Sharmadean Reid
Bruce Pavitt
Eskil Vogt
Max Porter
Nick Waplington
High Maintenance
Will Butler
Banquet Records
John Vanderslice
Laura Trott
Kazuo Ishiguro
Mr Bingo
Stephanie Foo
Brother Ali
Kassia Meador
Russell Brand
Maziar Bahari & Jon Stewart
Nell Zink
Atmosphere
Eman Mohammed
Iris Skateboards
Strike!
Spot
Adam Granduciel
Joe Sib
Ricky Powell
Deborah Coughlin
Arooj Aftab
Lee Quinones
Michaela Angele Davis
The Smarteez
Twin Shadow
Thomas Morris

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The Survival Issue:
Once you get started, how do you keep going?

This year at Huck, we’ve set ourselves a mission: to map out the journey of a great idea as it evolves to become a great life. Call it a manifesto for indie culture, if you will, or just an excuse to hear from loads of inspiring people. The series opened with The Origins Issue, in which we explored how those people got their start. But once things kick off, how do you keep going? Especially against the odds.

The Survival Issue is not about absolutes – winning or losing, making it or not. It’s about the long hard slog. The painful, arduous, boring bit – the falls, the crashes, the crippling self-doubt – that connects one point to the next. What does it take to go the full distance? To really stick with your gut?

Not all ambitions end in wild dreams, but they usually start with a good idea. We’ll hear from people whose trigger was pure instinct, the need to escape a dire situation. And from others who just wanted to make small incremental changes to improve their time on this planet. Either way, there are lessons to be learned from every person’s story of survival, whether they survived something or are simply living.

Join us as we learn from them. We hope you stay the course.

Featuring:

Ian Mackaye: A meaningless conversation with life navigator, Dischord Records owner and Fugazi, Embrace and Minor Threat frontman

Peggy Oki: Skateboarding pioneer on life after Dogtown and finding her true mission.

Virunga: Deep in the Congo, snowboarder-turned-filmmaker Orlando von Einsiedel met a community willing to risk their lives for another species.

T-Rex: Claressa Shields is the record-breaking female boxing champion you’ve never heard of.

El Capitan climbers: Tommy Caldwell and Kevin Jorgeson stared down some demons to complete the world’s toughest free climb.

The Insider’s Guide to Reykjavík: Iceland’s capital is heading for a tourism boom. But at the city’s core lies a community of doers who have lived through economic crisis and are now working towards renewal.

Fergal Smith: The Irish surfer has paddled into some of the world’s largest waves, but it’s the tiny seeds he’s growing at home that he hopes will be his legacy.

Yan Morvan: The French photographer places himself within firing range of criminals, gangs and wars. But it was in the deprived Parisian suburbs that he caught a glimpse of a future tragedy.

Viv Albertine: Through music, art and an already cult classic new autobiography, the former Slits guitarist is connecting with women who don’t quite fit the mould.

Paradise vs Dystopia: Huck gazes forward into the abyss to catch a glimpse of the future. What kind of tomorrow are we hurtling towards - if we survive today?

Photo Essay - At The Gates of Europe: Carlos Spottorno goes beyond the border to capture a picture of immigration few people choose to see.

Mona Seraji: Progressive snowboarder Mona Seraji is challenging perceptions inside and outside Iran.

Frack Off: Huck heads to Pennsylvania, the epicentre of the American shale-drilling boom to meet the residents-turned-activists who refuse to stay silent as big business digs in.

On Sale Date: March 3rd

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Nas on language, Cat Power on looking inward, Spike Jonze on loving what you do, and Kim Gordon on feeling the flow. These are just a few of the indie stars and surprising insights collected in this gorgeous book by Huck magazine. Since launching in 2006, Huck has been at the vanguard of London's thriving independent publishing scene and has grown into an internationally distributed bi-monthly, with editions available on newsstands in 20 countries worldwide. Bringing together the best insights from over 60 of the most inspiring people Huck has spoken to over the years—along with exclusive photography and art that has come to embody Huck's distinct aesthetic—this book presents a diverse range of truths, creative wisdom, and life lessons from those who paddle against the flow.
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6 x 8 in; 152 pp;
Hard Cover
March 2015
ISBN 9781452138060

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The Origins Issue:
The first chapter in a year-long journey.

This year, Huck is going in search of a manifesto for indie culture. For the past decade we’ve met creative doers, both iconic and unknown, at the forefront of DIY culture who’ve shared invaluable lessons they’ve learned along the way. Now, as we near our fiftieth issue, we’re ready to dig even deeper into the engine of creativity that these people helped ignite. We want to ask bigger questions — about how they made their mark, and where indie culture is heading — so that readers can walk away inspired to strike out on their own.

Our journey kicks off with The Origins Issue, a celebration of new beginnings, former lives and authentic roots.

Join us as we learn from:

Janette Beckman: The British photographer looks back on her days on the cultural frontlines, documenting the birth of punk and hip hop and its transatlantic spread.

Clayton Patterson: The rebel photographer on how New York City lost its way.

Jamie Brisick: A former pro surfer reflects on the birth of an obsession - sparked by a 1970s skateboard - that has stayed with him since day one.

Gilles Peterson: From pirate radio to world music stage.

New Voices of Kosovo: Pristina's pioneers of indie culture share their thoughts on why independence matter in their city more than most.

Ferguson - A Special Report: How deep do the roots of institutional racism run?

Personal Photo Essays: Diana Markosian and Pete Pin retrace their roots.

iO Tillet Wright: Bashing stereotypes and homophobia one image at a time, LA photographer iO Tillet Wright reveals her hidden past.

Sinkane: From Sudan to Ohio, Sinkane frontman Ahmad Gallab contemplates the meaning of home.

Geoff McFetridge on Saul Steinberg: The graphic artist waxes lyrical on his kindred spirit from another time.

Christopher Owens: From indie dahling to gospel cowboy, Chris Owens' religious background is more radical than most.

Ishita Malaviya: India's first female surfer ushers in a new worldview.

Chuck Ragan: From Hot Water Music to solo folk, the punk pioneer opens up about a chequered period from his past.

Cannabis BC - Huck Investigates: Vancouver's friendly marijuana grow-ops are about to get a corporate takeover. Huck meets the activists, growers and investors on the debate frontline. Will bottom-lines or blazing rule supreme?

And much, much more...

Join us as we take a step back before jumping into the unknown. Subscribe today to make sure you don't miss another issue in the series.


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In Huck 47, we sit down with Julian Casablancas - frontman of The Strokes and face of the epicly self-titled Julian Casablancas + The Voidz - and get an exclusive insight into his vision for social change, his undying respect for under-loved bands, and his newfound (but profound) distaste for brunch.

Elsewhere this issue, we roll back and forth through time to bring you stuff you’ve never heard of (new music, films, photography and books) and the untold personal stories behind the headlines you know well.

The Forecast gets ahead of 2015 with cultural tip-offs. Featuring Norman Records, San Francisco book shop City Lights, LA film freaks Cinefamily and photography fiend Bruno Ceschel of Self Publish, Be Happy.

Plus:

The 1990's Kids Special: featuring new music talent born in the internet boom, featuring: London rapper Little Simz, Atlanta cross-stepper Raury,Baton Rouge beatmaker Suicideyear, Parisian-Cuban twins Ibeyi, and Brighton's breakout hip hop star Ocean Wisdom.

Future Islands dig into their Baltimore roots.

Rave On: We meet the stalwarts of the UK's rave scene, still fighting for their right to party in a field.

Nas: Time is Illmatic: The guys behind this new documentary on why the rapper's words are still relevant today.

This is DIY: Our ongoing celebration of independent projects - from Brooklyn-based Interference Archive, who are preserving protest culture history, to Rio de Janeiro's Ballet De Santa Teresa, who use ballet to affect community change.

Scandinavian skateboarding springs to life in the geometrically awesome folio of skate shooter Robin ‘Boon’ Nilssen.

Neck Face lets us hang out in his Hollywood abode, and starts necking vodka at the break of dawn.

Housing Crisis Uncovered: Heydon Prowse exposes the political machine driving the UK housing crisis, and meets the single mums fighting for their right to an affordable home.

The Working Artisans’ Club 2014 welcomes its latest recruit, Racing Atelier from the Bavarian Alps, purveyors of fine handcrafted rucksacks.

On Sale Date: 14th of November

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Huck 46 - The Documentary Special II is our annual celebration of visual storytelling in which we shine a light back on the people behind the lens. For 2014, we're digging even deeper into the documentary form, asking bigger questions and championing more boundary-breaking work. Is photography really an objective medium, asks Time LightBox editor Olivier Laurent. Or is it inherently personal, embedding the photographer's own perspective into every shot? This issue sets out to explore this timeless question, through deeply personal essays by photographers we admire.

Featuring:

Smoke and Mirrors by Olivier Laurent: Meet the new breed of photographers blurring the line between fact and fiction to lead us all towards deeper truths.

Mary Ellen Mark on Henri Cartier Bresson: An exclusive piece by one legend on another.

Exclusive personal essays from photographers Joseph Szabo, Carolyn Drake, Brendan Hoffman, Jason Andrew, Lindsay Mackenzie, Ewen Spencer, Andrew McConnell, J.A. Mortram, Matt Eich, Shannon Jensen, Johnathan Mehring, David Maurice Smith, Harold Feinstein, Ying Ang, Tommaso Protti, Venetia Dearden, Krisanne Johnson, David Maurice Smith.

On Sale Date 8th of September

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Huck 45, specially guest­edited by artist, photographer, skateboarder and chronicler of Southern California Ed Templeton, is a colourful cruise through the Tempster's motley crew of creative friends, spawned from skateboarding and surfing cultures.

As well as an epic interview with Ed – in which skateboarding's favourite expressionist reflects on his Huntington Beach history, artistic inspirations and the community of likeminded DIYers he surrounds himself with – The Ed Templeton Issue also features in­depth interviews and beautiful photoshoots with the likes of photographer Tobin Yelland, Hamburger Eyes publisher Ray Potes, painter Ashley Macomber and street­shooter collective The Deadbeat Club.

Ed's own artwork and iconic photography sits alongside fresh illustrations, created exclusively for Huck, and the bold and subversive work of his countercultural coterie.

According to Ed: “I feel so lucky to be part of a network of people coming from skateboarding and surfing cultures who are creative by nature and doing things without much thought about recognition. These friends of mine are driven to just make things and lay down a snail trail of artwork, photos, products, zines, music, whatever – and I want to share some of that with you, the readers of Huck.”

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Tommy Guerrero- OG skateboarder and master of ambient jams – is back with a grooveadelic new album, No Mans Land, and his first European tour. He’s a busy man. But he’s still got time for a quick call from Dave Carnie – Jackass co-creator and self-proclaimed snoot – who seems intent on taking Tommy on an existentialist ride to talk ‘fake busy’, ‘global bullshit’ and the meaning of life.

Elsewhere this issue, we meet culture-shapers of all kinds:

Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie
The Nigerian novelist reveals the danger of one-sided stories as her multi-layered novel Half of a Yellow Sun – which zones in on the human details of chaos and war – springs to life on screen.

Vincent Moon
The Indie filmmaker and music video innovator turns his back on big-name bands to collaborate with unknown musicians in far-flung corners of the globe.

Ratking
Meet the post-hip hop punks pushing New York City beats to a new experimental place.

Jon Burgerman
Professional doodler Burgerman tells the art world to lighten up.

Dennis Morris
The Dalston-born photographer reveals the stories behind the stills, from chilled times with Bob Marley to TV-smashing rampages with Sid Vicious and co.

This Is DIY
Our ongoing celebration of independent culture rolls on with inspiring stories of self-determination, from the township surfers of South Africa’s Waves for Change to one-woman publishing machine Juliet Elliott, who’s carving a credible niche for active women with the ever-progressive Coven magazine.

Laura Jane Grace
The face of socially minded punk band Against Me! talks openly about the personal transformation that gave rise to deeply honest new record Transgender. Dysphoria. Blues.

The Working Artisans' Club
TWAC is back! Ahead of exhibitions in Germany and London, we meet custom shaper Paul Reisberg of Arbo Surfboards, who’s turning education into a meaningful experience by passing on the skills and secrets of his craft.

Plus:

Activism Now :The New Breed Online: From Brazil’s MidiaNinja to Argentina’s Internet Party, meet the real-world agitators getting radical online.

Our Ukraine: Real people, real perspectives from the streets of Kiev.

Homegrown Santiago: Meet the record labels, shop owners and entrepreneurs that are funnelling Santi’s energy into progressive homegrown brands.

Bay Area Blood: Get re-acquainted with the real San Francisco through the people who know her best – featuring artist and boutique-owner Serena Mitnik-Miller, illustrator Justin Hager, artisan Aleksandra See, Maker Mart founder Erik Katz andMollusk Surf Shop’s John McCambridge.

On Sale Date 8th of May.

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In Huck 043, we wander around London with street photographer Boogie and steal a peek through his gritty lens on life. Born in Belgrade, and made in New York City, Boogie has found his way into the darkest corners of society - from gang haunts in Kingston to crack dens in Bed-Stuy - amassing an archive of images that are impossible to ignore. Here, in an exclusive interview, the Serbian shooter talks us through his Serbian roots and rise to street photography notoriety and fame.

Plus:

These Streets Are Mine
A street photography special featuring the sharpest shooters in the game, including //Open City// author and perpetual flâneur Teju Cole and London's David Solomons.

Black Lips
The Southern punks are back with a brand new album and a bunch of new stories from their subterranean travels.

Jonwayne
The biggest badass in rap is also a mellow fellow with a soft-spot for jazz.

This Is DIY
Brand new series celebrating the radness of independence kicks off with the UK's beloved Death Skateboards and Jo'burg indie label Iapetus Records.

William S. Burroughs
You may know him for his mind-bending books, but his experiments with photography were more warped than his words.

Egypt Now - A Post-Revolution Special Report
History has them down as the Twitter Revolutionaries, but what became of the voices of Tahrir Square? Huck heads to Cairo to meet the bands, street artists and subculture-starters tackling life in a post-Mubarak world.

Start-Up Barcelona
Introducing the solution to Spain's economic woes: rad shop owners and resilient entrepreneurs who refuse to be bullied out of business.

Andrew Kidman
The surf filmmaker finds a new definition of progression with his dreamy new offering, Spirit of Akasha.

Danny Clinch
His photographed everyone from Bruce Springsteen to Tupac Shakur, and now he's ready to reveal the stories behind the stills that mean the most.

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City Gardens NJ
Ethiopia Skate
C125
Brian Gaberman
India Skate
Phil Zwisjen
And more...

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Inspired by former Sonic Youth frontwoman Kim Gordon and her new improv band with Bill Nace, Body/Head, HUCK 42 is The Improv Issue, dedicated to all things spontaneous and free-flowing.

Featuring:

Kurt Vile
Dreamy Philly musician fresh from his collab with graffiti artist ESPO.

Alex Knost
Alt surf star and his beach punk band Tomorrows Tulips.

NYC Skate
Allen Ying and his five borough crew take a lo-fi approach to documenting east coast culture.

Romania's Lost Boys
Street kids and the Bucharest tunnels they call home.

Wolf Eyes
Detroit skate rockers kicking about their DIY hood.

The New New Dehli
Handpainted signs, reggae and tattoo art in New Delhi, the capital of India's cultural renaissance.

Rad Bodies And Heads
Special section curated by Kim Gordon and Bill Nace featuring musicians Ikue Mori, Jake Meginsky and Michael Morley, writer and No Wave archivist Byron Coley and Argentinian auteur Lucrecia Martel.

Plus...

Spike Jonze
Dave Zook
Kevin Lyons
Frontside Gardens
Lebanese comic book art
Tongue-Fu
Don't Flop
Paint jamming
Lucy Adams
Elisa Routa & Route 66
Montreal folk
Stacy Adams & The Brownstone Cowboys
Gavlyn
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Limited-edition Working Artisans' Club pocket t-shirt.

100% organic cotton.

The Working Artisans’ Club is a celebration of modern-day makers. They shape boards, sew wetsuits and hand-make beautiful objects inspired by their passion for the outdoors. And they make life better for us all.

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The Documentary Photography Special

Photo stories from the most talented names in documentary photography that are sure to challenge your perspective.

Featuring... Cheryl Dunn, J.Grant Brittain, Guy Martin, Bryan Derballa, JM Lopez, Paul Calver, Laura Pannack, Charlie Shoemaker, Mustafah Abdulaziz, Elizabeth Dalziel, Shane McCauley, Spencer Murphy, Mike Belleme, Joni Sternbach, Alex Welsh, Alana Paterson, James Bowden and more...

PLUS:

- Olivier Laurent: The deputy editor of the British Journal of Photography explores how social media is empowering documentarians to bring down the wall between their audience and their work.

- Geoff Dyer: The culture pundit expands on The Ongoing Moment – an acclaimed essay on the history of photography – and makes it relevant to a generation obsessed with documenting their own lives.

- J. Malcolm Garcia: An exclusive piece of reportage from Kabul.

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HUCK#040 - Cat Power

Enigmatic frontwoman Chan Marshall opens up.

The Working Artisans' Club

The final chapter of the designer-maker series, featuring Francli workwear and Miscellaneous Adventures' hand-crafted tools.

Levi's Presents... Rad Copenhagen!
An alternative city guide.

Cat Power People
Special guest-edited series, presented by Chan Marshall and featuring comics artist Seth Tobocman, photographer Michael Ackerman, writer William T. Vollmann and Bob Dylan (via an interview with iconic Dylan biographer Greil Marcus).

Plus...

Tame Impala
No Age
Lance Bangs
Stephen 'ESPO' Powers vs. Stevie Gee
Greta Gerwig
Atlanta Barbershops
U-God
Stefan Janoski

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HUCK#039 - Sofia Coppola
Hollywood Auteur & Cultural Icon

The Working Artisans Club
Screenprinted Skateboards & Fine Art Tattoos

Terakraft & Tinariwen
Using guns not guitars for a brighter Malian future

Southbank
Architectural ethos of the hallowed London skate spot

Plus...
Talib Kweli
The Bronx
Slayer fans
Children beauty pageants
Surfers in post-Sandy NJ
Todd Francis
Creative Growth

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Dave Eggers
Author Extraordinaire & Incredible Doer

The Working Artisans Club
Homemade Wetsuits & Handcrafted Skateboards

Brian Lotti
Pro skater-turned-impressionist painter

Judd Apatow vs Miranda July
A chat about about that's not about work

Plus...
Indie Publishers
Pissed Jeans
Grant Petersen
Surf Fiction
Joel Rice
A Guide to Self-Publishing

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