"A lot of people lose their shit out here."
At the beginning of this summer, photographer Jake Lewis decided that 24 would be a good age to learn how to skate. Here are some of the snaps he took in between regularly eating concrete at London's many skate parks.
An attempt to capture the purity that comes with exhaustion.
We were at Saturday's one-day festival, taking in the carefree happiness.
At a recent demonstration in São Paulo, Vinicius Gomes' camera was run over by a police car. Luckily, another photographer was able to recover the pieces and found that the memory card miraculously still worked.
Alexander McBride Wilson went to the Egremont Crab Fair to take before-and-after photos of all the competitive gurners.
People had travelled from all over the country to welcome LGBTQ asylum seekers to Sweden.
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.
It was 32 degrees and people had no idea what to do.
There's a struggle for survival raging in the Sydhavnen district of the Danish capital.
To someone living in the Balkans, America feels like a protest chant that has been sang so much, it's lost its meaning.
Photographer Erin Lee Holland pairs her photos from a recent trip with those of an unknown Cuban photographer from the 60s and 70s.
Photographer Hiroyuki Ito captured his home country while riding the rails for an entire summer.
There was duelling, 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.
"We've become so alienated from our own, natural bodies, and it's really nice to meet someone who is comfortable in the body she's ended up in."
VICE sent photographer Maggine Shannon to boldly go where a bunch of Star Trek fans were hanging out.
In 1982, photographer Gil Rigoulet followed a group of rockabilly friends to their homes and hairdresser appointments.
We spoke to the brand strategy consultant-turned-artist behind a new book of stunning photos of the earth, taken from space.
We spoke to Jude Kendall about documenting the capital's squat and punk scene.
These candid, eerie portraits of Texans show another side of the Lone Star State.
We interviewed the curators holding up a lens to the powerful.
The national weather institute had already officially called the summer "disappointing", but the Dutch finally got their heatwave last week.