• Guns, God, and No Democrats at Knob Creek

    Two weekends ago I was at Knob Creek Gun Range, a weaponry Mecca in West Point, Kentucky, that holds a biannual event that is sort of like a comic book convention where everyone is cosplaying as someone from 'Call of Duty.' A person could view, buy, sell, or rent weaponry that’s…

  • The Punks in Olympia Haven't Aged a Bit

    Ben Trogdon's photographs the music scene in Olympia, Washington, which doesn't seem to have changed that much from the days when Kurt Cobain was strolling around, shooting junk, dyeing his hair with Kool-Aid, and writing 'Bleach.'

  • That Was Some Blow Job

    In case you just woke up from a coma in Montana (if so, congrats!) and haven't heard, the Eastern Seaboard of the United States got fucked up real bad last night. Hurricane Sandy, a massive orgy of three separate weather systems, made us wait around, nervously eating half our rat…

  • Something Fishy

    Deep in Southwest Alaska lies an abandoned salmon cannery known as Graveyard Point. Every summer fishermen converge on this area. Great fortunes can be earned or lost here, depending on a man's luck. I’ve fished here for the past four years, taking these photos along the way.

  • Gordon Holden's Rhode Island

    It's a little hard to hype up Gordon Holden's photography. He doesn't take pictures of people on fire in warzones, heavy metal cowboys from Botswana or hulking, dilapidated post-space age architecture. But the pictures he does snare from around his home in Rhode Island are calm,

  • Ola Rindal's Untold Story

    Ola Rindal was born in a small town in the Norwegian countryside. He left to study in Sweden before settling in Paris in 2001, where he has lived ever since. Ola is one of those gems who is more known outside of his own country, a national treasure in the diaspora. His new book,

  • The Furtastic Adventures of the Cabbit and the Folf

    For this series, I photographed Belgian, Dutch, French, and German members of the furry fandom, where adults transform themselves into animals by wearing plush costumes. I have chosen to photograph the characters in their own living rooms, making them appear like actors on a stag…

  • The Apocalypse Has Come Early to Athens, Greece

    Photographer Dimitrs Kleanthris wanted to show just how bad its gotten in Greece, so he climbed to the top of the lofty hotels and high-rise apartments of Athens and snapped photos of people milling about in quiet desperation on the streets below.

  • Mexico City's Miniature Michael Jacksons

    I walked into the office today to find a gold envelope containing a small photo book by Will Sanders called 'Halloween,' which is full of kids in Mexico City dressed up as Michael Jackson. If anything's going to nudge a bit of the spooky joy of All Hallow's Eve back into my heart…

  • Going Really Down Under

    Photographer Jared O'Sullivan shows us the sometimes beautiful underbelly of Australia. He insists that the pictures are meant to be a “celebration of life separate from commercial and material gain.” The shit’s still pretty weird in our opinion.

  • Photographing London's Little Worlds

    Daniel Stier is a German photographer who's been living in London for the last 15 years and still hasn't stopped finding the portly African women in their taffetas fascinating. Inspired by them, he roamed around the city's ex-pat communities, looking for people to take photos of

  • Celebrities as Food

    Photos by Jaimie Warren and custom masks, makeup, and hair by Lee Heinemann.

  • There's a Photo Show at the Hole Opening Tonight

    'Attachments' features tons of VICE's favorite photographers, people like Andrew Kuo, Asger Carlsen, Jason Nocito, Jessica Eaton, Jim Mangan, Kate Steciw, Peter Sutherland, Sandy Kim, and Tim Barber. We talked to curator Kathy Grayson about it.

  • Taji's Mahal - Autumn Roll

    Now that my camera is no longer occupied, I bring you my Autumn Roll. I'm no meteorologist, but between the temperature dip and the night's ever-earlier arrival, I have noticed that the seasonal vibes have certainly changed. Here is a look at what my friends, acquaintances, and o…