Some just have a name and a number. Others feature fancy graphic design, weights, prices, and all sorts of other evidence of intent to supply.
We had a chat with Derek Ridgers about his upcoming book, The Dark Carnival: Portraits from the Endless Night.
A unique insight into the lives of those seeking refuge in Berlin.
Photographer Joseph Maida's new book examines the way global society interprets gender, fantasy, and the ways identity is performed.
Photographer Zora J. Murff's Corrections chronicles the impact that constant monitoring has on the development of young offenders who have avoided incarceration, but are under probation and surveillance.
We spoke to Montreal photographer Yannick Fornacciari about his latest series.
We walked around Melbourne on Saturday to capture the mess left behind.
Anthony Tafuro's upcoming book, Perfect Ending, is a collection of photos taken between 2009 and 2014, many of which satirize the phenomenon of the 2012 apocalypse that was inspired by the Mayan calendar.
Over the past few years, Photo Requests from Solitary has invited men and women in solitary confinement to request a photograph of anything—real or imagined—and promised to find them an artist to make the image.
Here are some photos of older performers doing swoon-worthy covers of Elvis, Sinatra, and "Mary Had a Little Lamb."
One of the oldest animal burial grounds on the West Coast, the Los Angeles Pet Cemetery is filled with nearly a century's worth of dead pets.
Antonello Veneri's latest project, Interiores da Maré, documents the lives and homes of people living in the city's infamous slums.
New York photographer Peter Garritano decided to find out, and the results are surprisingly beautiful.
Jan Klos has been documenting the people who run some of the area's best-loved pubs.
A night on Melbourne's Chapel Street isn't always nice, but it does make tackiness appealing.
On Friday morning, thousands waited to see Pope Francis ride through lower Manhattan in his Fiat.
For his project Stolen Land, Stolen Future, photographer Michael Santiago spent time with one of the few black people trying to make a living through farming.
We went to the grand opening of Taco Bell Cantina in Chicago, America's first alcohol-serving Taco Bell.
Photos from the viewing of our special report 'Fixing the System' on Wednesday.
Scenes from a gay beauty pageant night in the port town of Maracaibo.
The Embarrassment Project, curated by Erik Kessels, is the culmination of a simple assignment given to second-year photography students: "Be brave and create a body of work that feels both embarrassing and liberating."
Luis de Vega photographed everything he found on the side of the road at the border between Hungary and Serbia.
'Twenty Twenty Vision,' a new photo exhibition of 400 images, captures life in south London through the eyes of its inhabitants.
Carlos Villalón's upcoming book, Coca: The Lost War, follows the coca plant from the fields of Colombia to the murders of Mexico.