Mossless in America is a column featuring interviews with documentary photographers produced in partnership with Mossless magazine. This week, we speak with photographer Morgan Ashcom about his series West of Megsico, which documents a small…
Geordie Wood is photo editor of The Fader. He also has a busy editorial career, frequently shooting for Vogue and Nylon. How does he do it all? VICE's photo editor Matthew Leifheit spoke with Geordie to find out.
In this dump you'll find butts, bongs, a chihuahua driving a car, and enough unclothed young people frolicking in the sun to make you want to get outside and stop Facebook-stalking your friends who live in warmer places.
It's 1983 and I've got a year-long gig in Saudi Arabia. Subcontracted by Aramco Oil, I've been hired to make slide/tape training programs, which means I fly around in helicopters taking pictures on oil rigs and at gas-oil separation plants. On my days off…
The other day, VICE received the following pitch: "My name is Kristina Podobed, I am a photographer from Odessa, Ukraine. My friends and I did a shoot about the Ukrainian school life. We will be very glad if you can use it in any way!"
It's been 30 years since Randy Newman name-checked 6th Street in "I Love LA," his ironic ode to Los Angeles's class inequity. In that time, the divide between the city's handful of haves and countless have-nots has widened, perhaps irreparably.
Mossless in America is a new column produced in partnership with Mossless magazine that features interviews with documentary photographers. Kathya Landeros photographs her family and Latino populations around the US.
Mossless in America is a new column featuring interviews with documentary photographers. The series is produced in partnership with Mossless magazine, an experimental photography publication run by Romke Hoogwaerts and Grace Leigh.
On August 9, 2013, Allen Henson took photographs of a topless woman on the 86 story observatory of the Empire State Building. Considering it's legal for women to go topless in New York, Allen didn't think the photo would lead to legal problems, but this w…
Once every season or year, as the case may be, we put up a batch of "best of" photos from our resident comic dweeb and amateur picture-taker, Nick Gazin. This year, Nick was especially lackadaisical about filing, sending us his pictures a little over two
Christmas is the only day of the year when London is silent. Everything is closed and there's no public transport. Other than a bunch of tourists gawking around Big Ben, the streets are basically deserted.
All the drugs that come into Alaska are brought in through Seward, making the town a little grimy—there are lots of rundown army bunkers, a bunch of coked-up mountain kids, and a load of roughnecks. Everyone smokes pot.