• It's a Godlis World: Early Photos of Punk Rock After Dark

    There were six or seven photographers present at the birth of punk, but there will only ever be one Godlis. That's right—I shit you not—we're talking about a punk photographer whose surname is actually Godlis.

  • Alberta's Big Valley Jamboree Is a Rave for Cowboys

    We went to Big Valley Jamboree, a massive country music festival that turns Camrose, Alberta, into ground zero for denim-clad cowboys, confederate flags, and excessive alcohol consumption.

  • Mogadishu Summer

    Ever since fundamentalist al Shabaab militants were chased from the city by an African Union peacekeeping force three years ago, Lido Beach has become a trope for peace, the stage for Mogadishu’s renaissance.

  • Leather Granddaddies

    His collection includes an original Diego Rivera, sculptures by Nancy Grossman, and, most notably, one of the world’s largest assortments of vintage ephemera and relics from New York City's gay leather scene.

  • A Few Impressions

    Cowboy Film Stills

    So we did this series of photos and poems based on Cindy Sherman’s Untitled Film Stills. It was JANE’s concept, but I actually shot the pictures. He got all the credit, and they ended up selling for like $15,000 each.

  • The Ferguson Protests in Photos

    On Wednesday, police eventually stopped marchers from continuing at the crossing with Canfield Drive, very close to where Mike Brown was shot. They blocked protesters with a line—in response to which dozens of marchers sat down on the street and refused to move.

  • 'Chances with Wolves' DJ Kenan Juska Will Unveil 526 Collages in Brooklyn This Sunday

    Kenan Juska's new exhibition, Daily Operation, brings together 526 sequential collages made of garbage found on the streets of New York between March 2005 and November 2008.

  • From the 2014 VICE Photo Issue: Walk in the Woods

    Thomas Albdorf makes beautiful images and then gives them titles like this: The Blooming of the Daffodil Flower Between May and June Leads Many Tourists Towards Lunzer Lake. Get into it!

  • From the 2014 VICE Photo Issue: Atlantic Wall

    The beachhead is submerged at high tide, so the cliffs form a sheer wall that plunges straight into the sea. As the tide recedes, the waves peel back to reveal a surface pockmarked with thousands of small craters, cavities lined with algae into which salt water collects in pools…

  • From the 2014 VICE Photo Issue: From Off to On

    From Off to On is a photo series by German photographer Marina Rosa Weigl. It's like Asger Carlsen meets a Lynchian interpretation of Black Sabbath's Paranoid.

  • From the 2014 VICE Photo Issue: Zoë Le Ber

    We talked to artist and filmmaker Zoë Le Ber about her creative background, the role of history in her work, and the power of spirituality.

  • Come to the VICE 2014 Photo Show in Sydney

    Give your brain a treat and come our annual VICE Photo Show.

  • A Brief Anthology of ‘Quotations’

    Susan Sontag closes her seminal book On Photography with a “brief anthology of quotations”—compiling remarks from various brilliant people on the topic. The following statements are a variation on Sontag’s original collection of quotes—misheard, translated, or reimagined f…

  • Kitchener Is a Paradise

    Kitchener is a moderately sized town in southern Ontario. The few things it's known for are brutal 80s band Helix, the world's second largest Oktoberfest parade, and lonely old men.