We talked to the photographer about her new book God Listens to Slayer, which is the result of 13 years spent following the band's fans around the world.
The event was held in a bar parking lot in England and attended by teams from all over the world.
People who catch cats and sell them to witch doctors, people who chop up things with an axe because they were brutally attacked with an axe.
A preview of an upcoming story from VICE's soon-to-be-launched women's channel, Broadly.
A new series of portraits by photographer Bruce Gilden
While documenting the personal effects of those who tried to reach "the other side," I came to admire the migrants' desire to leave their troubled pasts behind and build new lives.
Olvera Street became flooded with dogs, cats, birds, snakes, cows, llamas, goats, and horses in a celebration that honored Antonio de Abad, the patron saint of animals.
The renowned photographer talks about his techniques for building entire worlds in every shot.
Satanic artist JJ Brine has decided to shut down his art gallery, one of the last few interesting spaces in the Lower East Side's sea of Chipotles and ATM machines.
"If they catch me, the photo is not that interesting to me."
Owner of the self-proclaimed "most expensive body on Earth," Lepore is a nightlife entertainer, but also a sort of performance artist.
The 21-year-old art school student has a way of capturing the uncanny nature of everyday objects and moments.
Photographer Yani Clarke spent a month documenting life and death at Nepal's Pashupatinath Temple, where more than 40 bodies are incinerated every day.
Here's the latest look into the world of Walter Pearce, the coolest 21-year-old photographer we know.
The photographic archive of the Paris Police Prefecture contains millions of images that date back to the beginning of the 20th century.
Are men really that much more disgusting than women? We took some photos of flats belonging to single women and compared them with the photos we took of flats belonging to single men.
Last month, we published submissions to Jason Lazarus's Too Hard To Keep Archive. As a follow up, we asked him some questions about the series.
Before Kim and Paris, there was Angelyne. The woman who pretty much invented the whole "famous for being famous" thing talks with us about her iconic billboards, God, and the time she had an out-of-body experience.
Paul Koudounaris's latest book, Memento Mori, takes readers on a tour of death customs around the world. We talked to him about decorating skulls, burying bodies, and celebrating the dead in different cultures.
Tuxedos, tans, and award-winning twinks.
Government cuts have forced councils in London to axe a ton of lollipop jobs, so we took a walk around and asked some of the hi-vis men and women what they think about it.
This week, photographer Zak Krevitt takes us to Madrid, Spain, where he found a tight knit group of guys, "very passionate about beauty and art and life."
Tonight, in the School of Visual Arts's Mentors Show, Claire Christerson will debut her most ambitious project to date, a short film titled Off Season.
"At a certain point when you're being held hostage, you don't have power to do anything. The only power you have is to listen to your captors and do what they ask you to do."