You can do better than a few random caps and unicode computer symbols, guys.
Scraping the barrel in Pennsylvania.
Six days, or 144 hours of pitched street battles between Egypt's loathed police, and the young vanguard of the country spring for a (some would say second) revolution.
With contributors like Richard Kern, I can assure you this will be better than anything else happening in the yuppie-infested streets of downtown Manhattan.
After being turned away from Wall Street, protesters occupied the shit out of Zuccotti park.
Peter Sutherland and Maia Ruth Lee's "Ground Score" is opening tonight at VIP Gallery. The show is based on a five-week roadtrip Peter and Maia took from Colorado to LA a few months ago.
"Westside Rendezvous" shows the darker side of being poor and gay during the 90s in New York with black and white portraits of fierce transvestite prostitutes.
This week, our blog of petty photographic grievances is dedicated to the animal mask.
Friday night's opening for Terry Richardson's new show "Mom Dad" at Half Gallery was packed with Terry fans who walked all over his childhood memories littered on the floor.
People donate weird stuff to charity shops.
Terry Richardson is showing off his mom and dad at Half gallery tonight.
The jewel of western England sure looks like a nice place to exist.
Synchrodogs is the collaborative moniker used by Ukrainian photographers Tania Shcheglova and Roman Noven, an adorable couple who say they are "dating hard".
I went to Quintana Roo, Mexico for five days with four other humans and one self-proclaimed Mexican Sex Zombie.
Right before the Day of the Dead, we visited the altar of the Holy Death--the pagan saint for drug dealers, criminals, and prostitutes.
Irina Werning's original photo series "BACK TO THE FUTURE" went viral earlier this year, and why shouldn't it? Who else had the brilliant idea of recreating strangers' childhood photos?
She looks like a very nice lady.
This week, I'd like to dedicate this blog to absolutely every frame of the video for Rihanna's latest single, "We Found Love."
The adorable front line of civil order in China
Some of the members of Odd Future Wolf Gang Kill Them All have been snapping every moment they've found worth capturing for the past year or so.
Jim Mangan had a launch party in LA for his book, "Color'd." In case you couldn't make it, here are photos of the who's and what's of the night.
Put 'em away, grrrls.
Jim Mangan's pictures of naked people covered in pigmented bear fat climbing around on rocks will be hanging in a fancy gallery in LA tomorrow night.
These photos were taken at the annual pow wow in Bishop, California, where Native Americans come together from across the US and Canada for a little friendly competition.