In January, photographer Elliot Ross documented the arrival of some of the last asylum seekers entering Europe through the Greek islands.
Blaise Cepis's trippy new exclusive series for VICE focuses on visual trickery to create playful photographs.
Nathan Bajar's photographs of the Philippines illuminate the uncanny experience of returning to a homeland that was never quite home.
Last year, I went to Kraków, Poland to film a documentary about a festival using historic spaces for cutting-edge experimental music. I had recently gone through a breakup, and as a result, I found myself photographing sad-sack scenes.
"Mukilteo was my first furry character, I had gotten this costume as a trade with another fursuit maker. This character is the bad dog. He wears a shock collar and he's a dog party advocate."
For over a decade British photographer Magnus Hastings has been shooting the some of the biggest drag queens and asking them one question: Why drag?
For this week's First-Person Shooter, we shipped a couple of cameras across the globe to Josh, a helicopter pilot in New Zealand.
The true story of some fake pirates.
Photographer Diogo Andrade documented what happens to summer dream destinations when you build first and think later.
French photographer Martin Bertrand documented the daily life of his grandfather—a far right-wing supporter.
"Pageant of the Masters," a 90-minute exhibition of "living pictures," faithfully recreates famous works of art with live actors.
Photographer Yan Morvan was one of the first to document the disorientation of young people in the French suburbs.
Tom Sheehan has been taking photos of musicians for 66 years, and he's got some stories.
Murray Ballard has documented everyone from amateur cryonicists in the UK to America's "father of cryonics."
The new issue of Aperture highlights the joys, struggles, and beautiful complexities of life as a black person in America.
Despite heavy rain, New Yorkers still marched up 5th Avenue this past weekend in the Celebrate Israel Parade. Memorable moments included a teacher scolding students for having wet shirts, anti-Zionist protestors, and a old lady flipping off the cops.
He picked up his camera and started taking photos of the people who've made Sheffield their new home each year since 1945.
Views from the Biggest Little Fur Convention, a four-day furry meet up in Reno that attracted roughly 3,500 members of the furry fandom this year. Photographer Zak Krevitt documented the anthropomorphic fun and got familiar with the various fursonas.
The annual LGBT pride event is like an oasis of tolerance in an otherwise fractured region—shirtless guys, feather boas, and all.
Anime fans look timeless in black-and-white.
The war photographer's new photo book, Hello Camel, exposes the surreal and darkly comic side of today's conflicts.
We asked the guy curating an Instagram of Japan's passed-out drinkers why being drunk is funny.
"I got her from a friend. I saw her, and I said, 'That doggie is going to be mine.'"