Photographer Andreas Langeland Bjørseth recently spent some time in Rome documenting the ancient city's very modern obsession with the selfie stick.
Every Saturday, hundreds of elderly danzón fanatics descend on Mexico City's Plaza de la Ciudadela.
The shopping centre looks like a piece of an alternate 1970s universe.
William Widmer has been photographing levee breach sites and taking a broad look at what the Bayou and New Orleans neighborhoods look like ten years after the storm.
This journey into the life of Walter centers on two guys from New Orleans who have become his muses, Jacuzzi and Hirakish.
We asked the busy people what got them through a grueling day at work.
A collection of photos that show exactly how creative humans can be when our orgasms are at stake.
Here are some photos to make you feel worse about Winter.
The Memphis native shot some of the most influential musicians of the past 30 years—including Jay Reatard, Three 6 Mafia, and Sonic Youth—often in his home.
Some Cameroonian mothers flatten their daughters' breasts with hot spatulas in the hope that that will make them less attractive to men, and the consequences are tragic.
For three days every March, witches and warlocks gather in Catemaco to burn pentagrams and summon the devil.
You learn to love and hate it all at once—always wanting to leave, always coming back, longing for the day you drop everything and go for good.
Every August, pilgrims literally crawl to a holy icon of Virgin Mary that is believed to have healing powers.
Tim Hillier's photos of the Outback shot from single-engine planes paint the landscape with rainbows.
It's a sport/game/leisure activity so simple that I always feel vaguely self-conscious actually explaining it out loud: "Well, you, um, try to knock down pins with a ball."
Matt Lutton's six years in the Balkans resulted in this dark, moving portrait of life after the upheaval of the 1990s.
The Alice Springs Pride Carnival is Australia's most remote celebration of lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans, intersex, and sistergirl/brotherboy communities.
Doug Battenhausen has been trolling dead image-hosting accounts, rotted links, and maybe your tweenage MySpace for the past five years, amassing a collection of gloriously depressing snapshots.
Underneath the grandeur of nature, the struggles of small-town life are found.
These aren't your run-of-the-mill bikini-clad beauty queens—they are hermit crabs, the beloved crawly souvenir you likely made your parents buy you on the boardwalk as a child.
"I don't know about the future, we live under siege. This is the only thing that makes us feel free."
Tonight at American Medium, an ambitious startup gallery in Bed-Stuy, Brooklyn, artist Jaimie Warren will unveil the bizarre and amazing results of her latest community art initiative.
In the immediate aftermath of the February 2011 earthquake, the New Zealand government virtually sealed off the inner city. Somehow photographer Sabin Holloway gained access.
This is a very weird snapshot of German and American history.