Huck celebrates independence: people and movements that paddle against the flow.
Inspired by radical youth culture, Huck roams the globe seeking out artists, activists and creative renegades who are breaking down the old world to build something new.
A phantasmagoria of cultural relevance: excited, relentless, insightful. It’s easy to see they care and dial in the details, and all good things are in the details.
Out on the countercultural frontlines, our reporters break stories before anyone else, offering a global map of youth-fuelled social change – from emerging subcultures that challenge conventions to investigative journalism that defies dominant narratives.
As a premium youth culture channel, Huck sits at the centre of a switched-on community who crave original stories and quality journalism in print, film and across the digital landscape. At 71a, our gallery in London, stories spring to life as film screenings, exhibitions, parties and events. And while the print magazine hits newsstands worldwide every two months – packed with exclusive interviews, original reportage and award-winning photojournalism– the journey never ends, continuing as it does with daily content online.
UK grime culture is a breeding ground for creative talent, a place where artists, DJs and political MCs can truly be themselves.
Niagara Falls, New York, may be one of the most popular tourist destinations in the US, but it also ranks as one of the country's most dangerous places to live. It's here that Joe Augstell - an amateur crime photographer hailing from the area - has dedicated himself to documenting the dark side of life in the city.