Meet Damien Frost, the photographer who documented Soho's drag scene by shooting one beautiful portrait per night, on the streets.
In this week's edition of First-Person Shooter, we handed off two cameras to a New York City-based Muay Thai Fighter active in the city's amateur circuit on the night she fought someone 8-inches taller than her.
Asa Sjöström documents the resilience of childhood in the ex-Soviet nation.
A very fortuitous number, in fact: 420.
Ken Lavey's Perfect Odd Thing transforms the ordinary into the erotic.
The Magnum photographer on being true to your roots and what makes a good photograph.
The visit was an attempt to raise awareness about the refugee crisis.
A preview of the latest volume of Mossless, which explores identity, portraiture, and the things that people keep secret.
In this week's installment of First-Person Shooter, a member of an Oregon-based sustainable community photographed a dozen or so residents who live off-the-grid and survive together using only materials readily available to them on their 40-acre land trus…
A new gallery show in Brooklyn explores the best new work coming out of the continent and its diaspora.
Photographer Giles Clarke spent months documenting the lives of some of the country's poorest people.
In this week's First-Person Shooter, we gave two disposables to an employee at a medical and recreational marijuana dispensary in Denver. On top of shooting the storefronts, she took some #weedporn-worthy snaps of their massive grow house.
Serbian photographer Boogie documented the poverty and violence of Kingston's neighborhoods for his book A Wah Do Dem.
A Model Continent by Lewis Bush might be the funniest intervention in the Brexit debate yet.
In April of 2011, a bombing in Libya killed photojournalists Tim Hetherington and Chris Hondros, and injured Brown. This painful experience is an integral part of his new book, Libyan Sugar.
We gave two cameras to an auto mechanic in Temple, California. He took snaps of a busted-up RV, nudie calendars, and an airport hanger where a buddy was restoring an 18-foot vintage Buick.
Each year, people take to the streets of Zurich in Switzerland to usher in spring with, obviously, a burning snowman effigy.
Sedarlicious is a party featuring over 500 gay Jews celebrating "the night away as if we just left Egypt yesterday."
Kurfürstenstrasse has been one of Berlin's hotspots for prostitution for about 130 years.
It was the Queen's birthday yesterday, so we went to meet the people who'd gathered in Windsor to wave the British flag around and wish her a happy 90th.
The photographer has a retrospective at Aperture in New York.
We asked a load of weed smokers if being high really makes food taste better, and what the absolute best thing to eat is when you're stoned.