Bernardo Loyola

Bernardo Loyola

  • A Camera, Microphone, and Gun: At Night With a Crime Reporter in San Pedro Sula

    The Mara Salvatrucha and Barrio 18 gangs kill with near total impunity in San Pedro Sula, Honduras, the world's leading city for homicides. VICE News spent several nights with reporter Orlin Castro as he covered a seemingly endless stream of killings.

  • David Choe’s Mexico City Gallery Show Features Naked Girls and Visions of Ayahuasca

    The artist is back after going through an awful gambling addiction with his first gallery show in four years. As you'd expect if you know David Choe's work, it's completely insane.

  • The Subterranean Scene

    Local gangs known as combos made up of reguetoneros (“reggaeton fans”) in their late teens and early 20s haunt the subway stations of Mexico City. Most combos are guilty of general rowdiness and huffing chemicals in public, like American greasers and...

  • The Fugitive Reporter Exposing Mexico's Drug Cartels

    Blog del Narco is a Mexican website that fills people in on the (often bloody) activities of the murderous local drug cartels where the nation's mainstream media has failed. Now Feral House is releasing a book containing the most relevant posts and...

  • Displaced Verse

    In Syria, controversial poet Mohamad Alaaedin Abdul Moulawas earned a reputation as a sort of Arabic Henry Miller. Mohamad now lives in Mexico. He fled Syria just before the Free Syrian Army and Assad’s forces decided to turn his country into a pile of...

  • The Grisly Dead People Pictures of Fernando Brito

    These days, there's no shortage of grisly images coming out of Mexico thanks to the brutal and ever-present War on Drugs. But Brito’s work stands out because he seems to treat the cadavers as one with the landscape. There is a certain sense of...