Swedish photographer Hannah Modigh recently spent two months living in a motel in St. Charles, Virginia.
Brian Ulrich has been traveling America, taking photos at thrift stores for a few years now. We chose a few of them but mostly focused on girls because we like them and we also like that Screeching Weasel song.
"These were taken on the night buses around central London over a few nights in June. I don't think anybody takes the night bus out of anything but the utmost necessity, and I think these photos reflect that."
Simona is a photographer who lives and works in Rome.
"I've known Juliet for a long time, though I don't know her all that well. Every time I think of her, she just seems to appear. I'd like to take more photos of that."
Harry Benson has taken some of the most recognizable and iconic portraits of the 20th century.
These photos were all taken in forests in Slovenia.
There lives in Japan a relentless monster who has released 450 photo books-and still continues to take photographs every day. His name is Nobuyoshi Araki.
Maggie is an artist and student in New York City.
Here are some selected highlights from a upcoming book by Ben Rayner. It's going to be called Hello Buddy! because that's what Ben says to dogs when he sees them on the street. These dogs here are all reacting to him saying: "Hello buddy!"
Jocko Weyland is a writer, photographer, and chronicler of skateboarding from America who's currently living in Beijing.
"One of my favourite things is to be lost in a place that I have never been before. As long as I have my camera I know I will find my way around."
Rodolfo is a photographer who lives and works in Buenos Aires, Argentina.
"I heard that a friend from school had joined a Nazi role-playing group, so I persuaded him to let me come photograph their yearly battle routine in Pennsylvania."
"These are photographs that I've taken of two men who are close friends. They live in the same village. One has never had a woman in his life and has always lived in complete dirt. "
Photos by Scott Jackson, Andrew Hines, Asen Ognyanov, Alan MacIntyre, Jason Nocito, Oto Gillen, Dana Lavoie, Robert Snowden, Jacques Del Conte, Rory Watson, Joseph Addison, Shayne Ehman, Uri Korn, Arnel Henry, Christian Patterson & Cameron Wittig.
Without even a smidge of formal training, Rennie Ellis became the prime documentarian of Australian culture in the 70s, 80s, and 90s. He's like Australia's version of Stephen Shore, Larry Clark, and Nan Goldin all mushed up into one big, awesome photograp…
Jonnie Craig is one of Vice's staff photographers. He is from London.
Naomi is an artist who lives and works in Miami, Florida.
Chongqing, sitting at the junction of the Yangtze and Jialing rivers, is home to more than 30 million people. It is not only one of the most crowded cities in the world but also the fastest growing.
Schoolgirls and blindfolds.