Tania Leshkina is an 18-(18!)-year-old photographer, artist, and student who lives in Moscow, which to us is like living on Mars. We discovered her work recently and, like, wow. Martians are talented!
Dana is a photographer in New York City.
As a teenager, Dave Markey documented the LA punk scene surrounding SST Records through his zine, We Got Power, and Super-8 films like Desperate Teenage Lovedolls.
The first time I met Preacher Mike and the Christian Crusaders was at the annual motorcycle meeting in Sturgis, South Dakota. Someone gave me an invitation to a Christian revival meeting for bikers. It sounded odd to me so I decided to go.
"These photographs are some of my favorite Polaroids that I have taken over the last two years of friends, family, and random people I've met."
When was the last time you even thought about Estonia? Guess what? It's a place. People live there and do things. Here are some of them. See? Now stop not ever thinking about what might be going on in Estonia.
Aaron is an artist, photographer, musician, filmmaker, curator, editor, and generally creative human who mainly lives in Los Angeles.
Bright, Shiny Morning; Wives, Wheels, Weapons is a new book that pairs excerpts from James Frey's latest novel Bright, Shiny Morning with photographs by Terry Richardson. The pictures focus on three essential components of LA's mutant DNA.
"These are some of the cats I've seen behind windows in the streets of Flanders. They're everywhere, if you really look. At times I feel like I'm walking through a red-light district-the cats are like the whores."
"This past spring, Neck Face and I decided to start chipping away at a photo book, which will come out by the end of the year. These pictures are the start of it."
Stefan Ruiz is a photographer who enjoys intimate access to the world of telenovelas.
I've been photographing fighting roosters since 2000.
While certain rock stars with surnames that rhyme with "dagger" were making pained efforts to be seen to be hip on the 60s scene in London, Val Wilmer was living in the calypso, jazz and highlife alternative.
These are photos from the fucked-up party days, from when Ryan first started taking pictures of all his crazy friends up to when he had his solo show at the Whitney Museum, which flung him like a wet young noodle into the boiling pot of the art world.
These photos were taken in a part of South Africa known as Walmer Location in Port Elizabeth. The place is a side effect of the implementation of apartheid in the 1960s.
Long-haul trucks covered in elaborate, eye-popping neon lights and colorful airbrushed murals of fantasy creatures and religious figures are known as "decotora" in Japan.
At the end of 2007, I went to Moldova to take pictures for a couple of charities.
Den Elliott might never have ended up taking photos had it not been for a previous life as a conservationist.
Visiting a brothel in Slough was never high on my list of things to do, but having looked at these shots by the photojournalist Michael Grieve, I've categorically ruled it out.
Over the last four years, we, the photographers of Grupo Mirada Photo of Córdoba, Argentina, have given a photo workshop in the province's highest-security women's prison.
J. Penry, one of our favorite illustrators, is now offering his services as a pet portraitist.
Philip Jones Griffiths is a Welsh photographer whose book Vietnam Inc. was published in 1971. We think it's the best book there is about the Vietnam War.
I was sent to Asia by the International Labor Organization (ILO) as part of an initiative called the Mekong Sub-regional Project to Combat Trafficking in Children and Women.
In July 1981, Liverpool police arrested Leroy Cooper in front of a large crowd in the poor, black Toxteth neighborhood. The arrest, carried out with the force's then-customary casual brutality, served as a flash point for pent-up rage at police harassment…