"These are entire villages where every other house contains someone dying of cancer or some sort of respiratory problem," says photojournalist Souvid Datta.
Melbourne photographer Jackson Eaton is inverting our idea of selfies.
Photographers Dan Meyer and Brayden Olson flew around the US for a few days photographing unsuspecting people waiting for flights.
People often cite James Bidgood's photography as a precursor to David LaChapelle's work, but the legendary gay photographer needs help buying a camera.
A celebration of Romania's underground LGBT culture.
He's a gentle fellow, who doesn't eat meat, but loves going on adventures and staying out late. He skates with a straight-backed, no-fuss finesse, the way that everyone wants to skate these days.
If you happen to be in New York City on Thursday and aren't trying to wedge yourself underneath your radiator, Scot Sothern is having a show at Daniel Cooney gallery in Chelsea.
Last night, there was a big art opening at the Ace Hotel in Downtown LA featuring work inspired by director Paul Thomas Anderson's new film, Inherent Vice. We stopped by to take some pictures.
I've been photographing friends' (and strangers') food tattoos for years, and they're all cool and weird and sometimes terrible.
And we were there to photograph it.
LA photographer Brad Elterman looks back on some of the beautiful men who have posed at his house and shares new photos of San Diego skater and model Justin Gossman.
Every weekend thousands of people flock to the area to enjoy its historic wonders, bars, and red light district.
Patrice Helmar captured scenes of people making out, celebrating, and strutting through the cold.
Photographer Dan Allegretto's 2014 sucked. He bounded from job to job, gained weight, fucked a handful of "mediocre dudes," and lost his hair. "Basically, I just got drunk constantly with my friends," he told us.
I spoke to the publisher of a new book about Soviet prison ink about what tattoos would brand you a thief, a homosexual, or a high-ranking criminal.
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Started in Summer 2011 by two hardened feminists and old school zinesters, The Chapess is intended to be a platform to champion submissions from students and artists alike.
James Whineray and Joel Wynn Rees have been working on their Lancelin Dunes series for a couple of years now. If the Dunes was any more apocalyptic, someone would need to build a Thunder Dome out there.
Photographer Isadora Kosofsky has been making friends with the elderly since she was 14.
Photographer James Gentile's father is a piano repairman in Massachusetts. Part of his job is pushing disused pianos off trucks.
Letters from a Lost Weekend is a collaboration between photographer Rose Marie Cromwell and performance artist Nathaniel Sullivan.
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To celebrate their seventh issue, the portraiture quarterly shared with us some of their most striking images.
"It's funny, because I keep reading things about The Verve and all the other bands years later. It's this little footnote in British music history, and I knock my head and I'm like, 'Oh yeah, I was there.'"