In rooms that are packed with fake plants and covered in Egyptian murals, consumers lose their bearings and make impulsive decisions.
Here are some of the snaps photographer Jake Lewis took in between regularly eating concrete at London's many skate parks.
"A lot of people lose their shit out here."
An attempt to capture the purity that comes with exhaustion.
Our UK team were at Saturday's one-day festival, taking in the carefree happiness.
To photographer Chris Maggio, "Midtown Manhattan is fuckin' New York™, yaknowwhatImean®? It's one heck of a concrete hell when the weather reaches the tippy-top of the thermometer." RIP summer 2016.
Manu Brabo's photographs capture the raw reality on the ground in Mosul.
People traveled from all over the country to welcome LGBTQ asylum seekers to the city of Uppsala.
It's one thing to show up to a march or sign a petition, but what are some of the practical ways people can fight for a cause they believe in?
When Carlos Alba moved from Madrid to London, he ended up making sense of the area using found objects and a little hand-drawn map.
Giselle Natassia traveled to Phuket, Thailand to photograph the "mason" of the Nine Emperor Gods festival, those who pierce their cheeks, tongues, and bodies.
Naomi Harris spent the better part of a year capturing America with a point-and-shoot film camera.
Photos an LA pond scum cleaner took on the job before he called his boss and quit.
There was dueling, wrestling, traditional war dances, and when it ended, they all dined in hell together.
Most teens in attendance have been going to this thing for more than a third of their lives.
Last weekend, church leaders had a party to celebrate – and ask for more money.
In 1982, photographer Gil Rigoulet followed some rockabilly friends to their homes and hairdresser appointments.
This is how you lay summer '16 to rest properly.
VICE sent photographer Maggine Shannon to boldly go where a bunch of Star Trek fans were hanging out.
Brooklyn photographer Melissa Spitz has spent years documenting her bipolar mom for a project called "You Have Nothing to Worry About." The resulting images are a shocking, honest, and intimate portrait of a mother-daughter relationship.
We spoke to the brand strategy consultant-turned-artist behind a new book of stunning photos of the earth, taken from space.
We interviewed the curators holding up a lens to the powerful.
Jaimie Warren's self-portraits are a lot of things, but they're never boring.
Photographer Gabriel Botezatu visited Vacation Village and took photos of the men getting henna tattoos and punching bags.