Haunting Photos of London Murder Scenes
We spoke to photographer Antonio Olmos about his project "The Landscape of Murder."
Iestyn Richards-Rees was 20,000 feet up when he felt the Earth begin to shake.
"What's important to me is the experience of people looking at a T-shirt with a huge penis on the front."
In his new documentary Meet the Hitlers, director Matt Ogens—the guy behind Confessions of a Superhero—explores just how much a name can influence an identity.
"HydroBlowBack" was the deep web's most prolific drug reviewer.
Ishmahil Blagrove has put together a book that tells the story of Carnival from its inception until the present day.
Hamilton Harris is the guy in Kids who taught every suburban teenager watching Larry Clark's film debut how to roll a blunt. He's also the man behind an upcoming documentary—The Kids—that charts the real stories of the individuals in the mov…
Last week, an arty video of polite people taking each other's clothes off got tens of millions of views. It didn't go quite as nuts as the one where people kiss, but we thought it'd be fun to make our own version of it anyway.
Ari Kivikangas spends his entire life in front of a webcam. But unlike most vloggers devoted to sharing their lives with people who couldn't care less, there are no desperate pleas for followers. In fact, there's not much at all.
The trademark of Doctor Death was injecting gasoline into healthy people's hearts and keeping their skulls as trophies. But despite his horrific crimes, he managed to mostly evade the authorities, and when they did finally catch up with him, in the early…
When you get actual strangers, not models, to make out for the camera—when you're not filming a clothing commercial—it's not particularly beautiful or inspiring. It's just really awkward.
Unless you're one of those ambitious stoner hoarders who insists on keeping stems for pots of weed tea you'll never brew, chances are you throw drug paraphernalia away. This guy finds it.
Skateboarding was American, therefore subversive and dangerous, so the Stasi began monitoring the skating community to keep tabs on any potential troublemakers or ringleaders.
After the police continued to ignore him, Matt set up a blog he called Plumpergeddon (presumably inspired by the fat fetishist) and began posting the photos he'd captured and the evidence he was gathering about the guy who was now in possession of his sto…
Yes, butane—the flammable stuff in lighters that can freeze your lungs and kill you if you use it wrong. To try to understand why people don't just wait a couple of years to buy booze, I spoke to "Steph," who lived in Dubai for three years and knew someon…
A recent report shows that travelers and gypsies are in significantly poorer health than other UK-resident, English-speaking ethnic minorities. They're also more likely to suffer from miscarriages and still births, and suicide rates among gypsies have gro…
They're going to live in little capsules and start a new society.
Najdat Anzour is a leading Syrian director who made news in 2007, when it was announced that he was slated to direct a film based on a screenplay by Muammar Gaddafi. I dialed up Najdat to talk about the conflict in Syria.