HUCK i English edition — May/June 2014, #44


HUCK documents global youth culture through the influential lens of surf, skate and snowboarding. Inspired by the radical heritage of boardsports, it combines quality journalism with stunning documentary photography to report on social movements, emerging scenes and new thoughts and ideas that are having an impact on the world.

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“The Tommy Guerrero Issue”

GBP 4.50 — Released 8 May 2014

<b>Tommy Guerrero-</b> 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:

<b>Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie</b> 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.

<b>Vincent Moon</b> 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.

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

<b>Jon Burgerman</b> Professional doodler Burgerman tells the art world to lighten up.

<b>Dennis Morris</b> 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.

<b>This Is DIY</b> 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.

<b>Laura Jane Grace</b> 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.

<b>The Working Artisans' Club </b> 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.


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

<b>Our Ukraine:</b> Real people, real perspectives from the streets of Kiev.

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

<b>Bay Area Blood:</b> 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.

<i>On Sale Date 8th of May.

UK Delivery: 1-3 days after on sale date. International: Up to 2 weeks (international delivery times may vary)</I>

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