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Huck

Issue 68 - Spring Issue
Magazine

Huck is inspired by DIY culture, featuring people who make you think, who challenge the system, who strike out on their own. Packed with intelligent journalism and stunning photography, it covers the people and the places that are shaping culture all over the world.

BORN STEVEN ELLISON, LOS ANGELES, 1983

STATEMENT OF INTENT

INNER VISIONS • As a producer, DJ, filmmaker, rapper, composer and label boss, Flying Lotus has been on an unstoppable run: obsessively honing his craft while transcending boundaries. Now, with a bold new project on the horizon, he’s digging even deeper.

LET’S TALK ABOUT SEX • Sex guru Shelby Sells is here to help. Blending vibrant photography with candid interviews, she’s pushing for greater transparency around our most intimate relationships.

A BEAUTIFUL MIND • Terence Nance is a multidisciplinary powerhouse: acting, writing, directing and even making music. Now that he’s pivoting from innovative TV to a big-screen blockbuster, he’s as committed as ever to avoiding the comfort zone.

IN LIVING COLOUR • Manga artist Shintaro Kago is a grandmaster of the grotesque: conjuring psychedelic illustrations that inspire as much awe as discomfort. Now, as his cult following grows, he’s on a mission to keep surprising.

SUPA DUPA FLY • Georgia Anne Muldrow is as unconventional as it gets: the kind of intuitive artist who’s just as comfortable crafting futuristic beats as she is drawing from ancient philosophy. Now it’s time the rest of the world finally caught up.

DREAM WEAVER • The world of David Lynch is powered by ideas. It’s a constant stream of images, accidents and gut decisions that all require trust and teamwork to pull off. Here, his closest collaborators – as well as the director himself – open up about an imagination unlike any other.

PHYSICAL GRAFFITI • As OBE1, Josh Peacock tagged the streets of Cambridge, dealing weed on the side. Then heroin and homelessness upended his life. Now, through the healing power of tattoos, he’s reinvented himself as a different kind of artist.

GNARLEANS • In the heart of Louisiana, a crew of skaters – bold, brash and free-spirited – are on a journey of self-discovery in a city that never sits still.

THE FAMILY ACID • After a stint in the Vietnam War, Roger Steffens dedicated himself to a freespirited, drug-fuelled life on the fringes of society. Luckily, he photographed the whole thing.

STRANGE DAYS • Hiro Murai is having a moment. Following his acclaimed work with Donald Glover, the filmmaker is now one of the most sought-after in Hollywood, tackling modern-day anxiety with an absurdist touch.

GAME ON • As esports grows into a billion-dollar industry, the only threat to its potential lies within gaming culture itself: a toxic lack of inclusivity. But as the stakes keep getting higher, its brightest stars are determined to blaze a new trail.

WHACK WORLD • With a 15-minute album of 15 indescribable songs, Tierra Whack has crafted an audiovisual fantasyland that’s all her own. But for the Philadelphia rapper, innovation is simply a way to stave off boredom.

ILL COMMUNICATION • In the years since losing their best friend and bandmate, Beastie Boys Mike D and Ad-Rock have been mapping out their journey as the biggest-selling group in hip-hop history.

NEW RADICAL • With debut film Sorry To Bother You, rapper and activist Boots Riley has successfully infiltrated Hollywood. And now that he has our attention, there’s no containing him.

Cultural touchstones from the career of Flying Lotus


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Frequency: Twice per year Pages: 100 Publisher: The Church of London Edition: Issue 68 - Spring Issue

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  • Release date: January 14, 2019

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Huck is inspired by DIY culture, featuring people who make you think, who challenge the system, who strike out on their own. Packed with intelligent journalism and stunning photography, it covers the people and the places that are shaping culture all over the world.

BORN STEVEN ELLISON, LOS ANGELES, 1983

STATEMENT OF INTENT

INNER VISIONS • As a producer, DJ, filmmaker, rapper, composer and label boss, Flying Lotus has been on an unstoppable run: obsessively honing his craft while transcending boundaries. Now, with a bold new project on the horizon, he’s digging even deeper.

LET’S TALK ABOUT SEX • Sex guru Shelby Sells is here to help. Blending vibrant photography with candid interviews, she’s pushing for greater transparency around our most intimate relationships.

A BEAUTIFUL MIND • Terence Nance is a multidisciplinary powerhouse: acting, writing, directing and even making music. Now that he’s pivoting from innovative TV to a big-screen blockbuster, he’s as committed as ever to avoiding the comfort zone.

IN LIVING COLOUR • Manga artist Shintaro Kago is a grandmaster of the grotesque: conjuring psychedelic illustrations that inspire as much awe as discomfort. Now, as his cult following grows, he’s on a mission to keep surprising.

SUPA DUPA FLY • Georgia Anne Muldrow is as unconventional as it gets: the kind of intuitive artist who’s just as comfortable crafting futuristic beats as she is drawing from ancient philosophy. Now it’s time the rest of the world finally caught up.

DREAM WEAVER • The world of David Lynch is powered by ideas. It’s a constant stream of images, accidents and gut decisions that all require trust and teamwork to pull off. Here, his closest collaborators – as well as the director himself – open up about an imagination unlike any other.

PHYSICAL GRAFFITI • As OBE1, Josh Peacock tagged the streets of Cambridge, dealing weed on the side. Then heroin and homelessness upended his life. Now, through the healing power of tattoos, he’s reinvented himself as a different kind of artist.

GNARLEANS • In the heart of Louisiana, a crew of skaters – bold, brash and free-spirited – are on a journey of self-discovery in a city that never sits still.

THE FAMILY ACID • After a stint in the Vietnam War, Roger Steffens dedicated himself to a freespirited, drug-fuelled life on the fringes of society. Luckily, he photographed the whole thing.

STRANGE DAYS • Hiro Murai is having a moment. Following his acclaimed work with Donald Glover, the filmmaker is now one of the most sought-after in Hollywood, tackling modern-day anxiety with an absurdist touch.

GAME ON • As esports grows into a billion-dollar industry, the only threat to its potential lies within gaming culture itself: a toxic lack of inclusivity. But as the stakes keep getting higher, its brightest stars are determined to blaze a new trail.

WHACK WORLD • With a 15-minute album of 15 indescribable songs, Tierra Whack has crafted an audiovisual fantasyland that’s all her own. But for the Philadelphia rapper, innovation is simply a way to stave off boredom.

ILL COMMUNICATION • In the years since losing their best friend and bandmate, Beastie Boys Mike D and Ad-Rock have been mapping out their journey as the biggest-selling group in hip-hop history.

NEW RADICAL • With debut film Sorry To Bother You, rapper and activist Boots Riley has successfully infiltrated Hollywood. And now that he has our attention, there’s no containing him.

Cultural touchstones from the career of Flying Lotus


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