Ian Markell walks softly and carries a big camera.
Our Christ-a-Go-Go article from the December issue has risen! Behold, more photos of Africans worshipping inside an abandoned slaughterhouse in France.
After a brief hiatus, our blog of petty photographic grievances is back, back, back, and we thought we'd dedicate the first post of the year to your feelings. Which you seem to have a lot of.
And they were beaten with bricks and sprayed with tear gas until they had to go to the hospital.
I met two lovely transsexuals on Hollywood Boulevard and now we're BFFs.
Sasha Kurmaz is a young Ukrainian photographer who spends his days chasing pretty girls who like to stroll around naked.
People donate some weird stuff to charity shops.
In Saudi Arabia, I was invited into a world rarely visited by outsiders--one that is considered off-limits and impenetrable--to lift the abaya and niqab and meet the women underneath.
Are Siberian and not afraid to fog up the camera lens with their silky nighties.
Red Glamour Kills in Chicago's notorious Ballroom Scene, where the person with the most votes from the judges wins the walk... if not, that's a chop, bitch!
Behold the work of my protegés.
Making dogs look like sluts is a timeless human tradition.
Their swastikas are so pretty.
Looking back, it may seem like 2011 was unilaterally defined by protests, riots, uprisings, and general discontent the world over. It is important to note, however, that this perception is greatly informed by the internet and social networking.
"There's this thing about going to ski resorts where half the time you just stare at people. Sweaty athletic girls--they're really good."
This is a Catholic's wet dream because of tears.
A bureaucrat is nothing without his or her desk.
We started a flickr group for Australia and New Zealand. Here are our favourite reader submissions so far.
We dug out the old photo albums on the day the Great Leader went to meet the God he doesn't believe in.
This is pretty much what we got up to in 2011.
Although the lives and situations Gregory recorded were bleak, his pictures exude a glow of emotion that leave you feeling like things will be OK.
And it features wholesome scenes from Giséle Vienne's play on ice.
A day of squids and beatdowns.
They are young and they could probably have you killed.