Before the construction of the Channel Tunnel, French photographer Gil Rigoulet saw England as a gloriously strange, distant planet.
We caught up with Scottish photographer Ivan Wigan, whose series The Gods celebrates the culture and community around hip-hop in the American South.
In this week's edition of First-Person Shooter we gave two cameras to Henry, a magician and clown who entertained at two birthday parties before showing us some magic tricks he has up his sleeve.
Taking selfies can make you appear more narcissistic and give you a self-inflated view of yourself. Sure, that seems self-evident, but now we've got the research to back it up.
We talked to 'Manufactured Landscapes' photographer Edward Burtynsky about Kenya's ivory burn, Fort McMurray wildfires, and the impact of 3D printing.
There are some new photos from the popular show's set so we are putting them on the internet.
France has been taken over by violent protests over a new bill that is widely perceived as a means of giving more power to employers.
This weekend, an anti-Islam group protested a Muslim lifestyle fair. There's only one way to deal with that.
Single guys are gross, but how about girls? We visited some single ladies around Melbourne to talk about their homes and housekeeping.
Lana Mesić's project draws inspiration from Invisible Cities, Italo Calvino's novel that imagines the explorer Marco Polo describing the fantastical realms he visited to the emperor Kublai Khan.
May's employees of the month include an Emmy nominee, a Fulbright scholar, and one of the 100 most influential people in Brooklyn.
In this week's edition of First-Person Shooter, we handed off two cameras to a New York City-based Muay Thai Fighter active in the city's amateur circuit on the night she fought someone 8-inches taller than her.
We had a chat with Thomas Grant about the ins and outs of taking photos on a porn set, and found out what surprised him most about the industry.
A very fortuitous number, in fact: 420.
Ken Lavey's Perfect Odd Thing transforms the ordinary into the erotic.
A preview of the latest volume of Mossless, which explores identity, portraiture, and the things that people keep secret.
In this week's installment of First-Person Shooter, a member of an Oregon-based sustainable community photographed a dozen or so residents who live off-the-grid and survive together using only materials readily available to them on their 40-acre land trus…
For years, Fernando Brito has been documenting crime and its consequences in his home state of Sinaloa.
Photographer Giles Clarke spent months documenting the lives of some of the country's poorest people.
In this week's First-Person Shooter, we gave two disposables to an employee at a medical and recreational marijuana dispensary in Denver. On top of shooting the storefronts, she took some #weedporn-worthy snaps of their massive grow house.
In April of 2011, a bombing in Libya killed photojournalists Tim Hetherington and Chris Hondros, and injured Brown. This painful experience is an integral part of his new book, Libyan Sugar.