Lukas Huber - Children Of The Underground
Photograph(s) by Lukas Huber
21 x 14.5 cm
Edition of 100 copies
Lukas Huber, is an American photojournalist who emerged out of Philadelphia with a camera in 2014. At the mere age of 15, his first photographs focused on the graffiti writers he grew up with, as well as meticulously chronicling the subway tunnels of Philadelphia and documenting historical abandoned buildings and preserving their history. By the age of 16, he ventured throughout the United States ascending cranes and skyscrapers, documenting an emerging breed of urban explorers and an untapped generation of artists.
Lukas' work is now available to collectors for the first time as he collaborates with Stickit Publishing, introducing a limited series of 100 editions of his latest 40-page photography zine titled The Children of the Underground. This photographic collection is a visual narrative entirely fashioned within Philadelphia's SEPTA metro system. Within this zine, Lukas Huber beautifully unveils the subway landscape that shaped his youth, intimately portraying the profound connection of his friends with these spaces and the historical resonance of graffiti.