• Video: Why Mono?
  • Posted 28 months ago by Jack Lowe · Art & Design · 3519 Views
  • A new short video from filmmaker Callum Preston titled "Why Mono?" aims to find out what it is about black and white that still attracts photographers, publishers and painters alike. Speaking in the video, private art collector Andrew King says that black and white art somehow "goes straight to the point," avoiding the unnecessary distractions that colour can sometimes bring. Other speakers include photographer Nicole Reed, street artist Rone, and skateboard photographer Steve Gourlay. Watch above!

  • Video: The Ups and Downs of Skateboarding
  • 28 months ago · culture · 1 Comment · 6230 Views
  • Despite the fact that skateboarding has risen in popularity to the point where it is arguably a mainstream sport, according to The Financial Times the industry is still struggling to move forward and build profitable businesses...
  • Ti Pi Tin
  • 28 months ago · Art & Design · 1 Comment · 6798 Views
  • After establishing Ti Pi Tin as an online independent zine and book store in 2009, Katja Chernova has opened her first physical outlet in Dalston, a few minutes walk from the HUH. Store. Stocking publishers like Café Royal Books, Little Brown Mushroom, Mörel Books, Nieves, OHWOW,...
  • Some Pigeons Are More Equal Than Others
  • 28 months ago · Art & Design · 25 Comments · 15916 Views
  • To coincide with this year's Venice Biennale, Berlin-based artists Julius von Bismarck and Julian Charriere decided to dye 35 of the local pigeons to give them a new life as beautiful tropical birds. To do this, a special (animal friendly) "Pigeon Apparatus" was assembled which featured...
  • Josh Brolin for Band of Outsiders Fall Campaign
  • 28 months ago · culture · 0 Comments · 5361 Views
  • Known for using various different famous faces to promote their collections, Band of Outsiders have continued the tradition by shooting actor Josh Brolin for the Fall campaign. Shot by Band of Outsiders' designer Scott Sternberg,...
  • Henry Holland Glow In The Dark Underwear
  • 28 months ago · culture · 2 Comments · 6094 Views
  • Brand new for Autumn/Winter 2012, British designer Henry Holland has released a series of glow in the dark underwear especially for iconic department store Selfridges. This is the designer's very first foray into undergarments so he's decided to make his mark. Speaking about the...
  • Nike Free Run+ 2 Suede Pack
  • 29 months ago · culture · 5 Comments · 10529 Views
  • With the rising popularity of their Free Run+ 2 model, Nike have decided to release a suede pack featuring three all new colourways. This is the first time the silhouette has been released with a suede upper, with each colourway featuring the same speckled grey sole. Each shoe also...
  • Palace Skateboards Dalston Pop-Up
  • 29 months ago · culture · 6 Comments · 10601 Views
  • One week from now, on 7 September 2012, Palace Skateboards will be launching their first pop-up shop a few doors down the road from HUH. Store in Dalston. The temporary skate shop will be stocking limited re-releases as well as brand new t-shirts, crews, hoodies, caps, shirts, jackets,...
  • Magnetic LED Bike Light
  • 29 months ago · Art & Design · 1 Comment · 7006 Views
  • The Magnetic Bike Light is an innovative new product designed by Goodmorning Technology for Copenhagen Parts, who are currently seeking funding through Kickstarter in order to go into production. With an expected retail price of $40 USD (approx. £25), the magnetic LED simply attaches...