We spoke to one member of artist collective the Lurkers about their new book, made up of photos they've taken while graffitiing the walls of a gentrifying city.
I built a haven from Brexit Britain in London's massive new toy shop.
Photographer Ben Rayner goes into his archive to pick some photos that are ten years old to the month. This gallery features Adele while she was still in school and Dev Hynes's first show as Lightspeed Champion.
A 14-year-old girl, who died of cancer in October, won a historic legal battle this week to have her body cryogenically frozen. But what are the practicalities of this, and what can she expect to find if she wakes up in 100 years?
It was a small demonstration, but did provide some kind of hope: the people who represent everything that's right about Britain far out-ranked those who want to see it turned into a one-race hellscape of hate, mundanity, and fear.
Ambulances have taken some 51 people to the hospital, some of whom are seriously injured.
Blood, face paint, and tears on the streets of England's capital.
As it was my first time to Frieze, and I know as much about art as your grandma knows about the gender binary, I got a friend who is a hoity-toity art student at the Royal Academy to look at it with me.
On an all new episode of Black Market: Dispatches, we investigate the criminals setting up shop in London's government housing.
There's way more to the subculture than grown women who dress like dolls.
Here are some of the snaps photographer Jake Lewis took in between regularly eating concrete at London's many skate parks.
On this episode of VICE's Autobiographies, the songwriter explains how she started out studying as a sound technician student and eventually became the lead singer of a successful touring band.
It's a very modern look at an epidemic that is sometimes, mistakenly, thought of as a thing of the past.
The superclub represented a city on the cutting edge of dance culture—and that place no longer exists.
We spoke to Jude Kendall about documenting the capital's squat and punk scene.
On this episode of VICE's Autobiographies, we talk with London-based rapper Tinie Tempah about his journey from pop music to grime as he gets ready to release his new mixtape, Junk Food.
Would anyone speak to me? Is there any truth at all that it's the "new Tinder"? How many drunk people would come on to me?
Some London enthusiasts guide me through why D&D, back in the headlines thanks to Stranger Things, is such a wonderful way to spend time with friends.
'People from all races and countries are here, so it feels pretty cool.'
The founders of Fellatio Cafe—which is exactly what it sounds like—are going to have a bit of trouble offering blowjobs with your latte.
The photographer spent seven years documenting the Palace Wayward Boys Choir skate team and just put all his photos into a book, 'The Palace.'
What inspires someone to spend $2,600 on a secondhand jacket? Why do people build Supreme shrines in their bedrooms? What does Supreme have that other brands don't?
The capital is being affected the most as property prices dip across the country.
I expected to have a little fun with it. Maybe it'd hook me in. But I had no idea how deep this would go.