Volume 14 Τεύχος 11
David Thewlis And His Hopeless, Hilarious Fiction
Even if he hadn’t been the star of maybe our favorite movie of all time, Mike Leigh’s Naked, David Thewlis would still be one of our favorite actors. Not only that, but he’s a great writer.
Mouse On A Stick
It's got its problems, but compared to places like Uganda, Malawi is paradise. AIDS is still rampant but the southern African nation's economic growth continues year after year.
10,000 Filipino families live in this massive graveyard in Manila. I recently spent five days walking among its residents taking photos and hearing stories of struggle and survival.
Vice Fashion - Eight Labels. Eight Photographers
Photos by Alex Sturrock, David Titlow, Jonnie Craig, Daniel Cramer, Gavin Watson, Alexa Chung, Tara Darby and SIMONStyling by Steph Stevens, Maike Muller, Aldene Johnson and Roberta Venturini
Vice Fashion - Southend In The Rain
Photos by Harley WeirStyling by Aldene Johnson
I Went Undercover In The World Of Syrian Whorehouses
While I was in Damascus last summer, my friends from the Serbian Embassy took me to a brothel. It looked like a regular nightclub.
Explain Your Art To Me, Please
Michele O'Marah is a video artist whose works include a series of fake trailers for movies about bands like the Velvet Underground, the Runaways, the Germs, Pussy Galore, and Bikini Kill.
I spent two weeks making 500 hand-drawn balloons for Jack Walls’s 50th birthday party. It was my present to him.
Video Games Killed The Radio Star
CALL OF DUTY 4: MODERN WARFARELet’s get one thing straight right from the start here: I am a total, utter, disgusting Call of Duty 3 addict. I slip on that Xbox 360 headset, log on to a multiplayer game
November Coming Fire
Photos by Stacey Mark, Styling by Jaclyn Hodes
Village Of The Damned
Small people playing in bands are cute. They hit you right in the “aw shucks” spot. “Look how big that guitar looks on his little body!”; “Hahaha, he can hardly see over his drum kit!” That sort of thing. Stop and think about it. Prince, Kylie, Dio...
In 2005, the pretty famous Glaswegian artist David Shrigley released Worried Noodles (The Empty Sleeve)—a 12-inch record sleeve with no record inside, just a booklet of doodles and lyrics. The doodles were things like a man with a giant bottom...