Editor-in-Chief, VICE Magazine
Andi Schmied pretended to be a Hungarian billionaire to tour New York real estate’s most exclusive listings. Her new book documents what she saw.
It features a defense of Billy Joel’s music, a Q&A with comedian Sarah Squirm, highlights the mad geniuses of parody porn, and more.
The latest issue of VICE Magazine zeros in on the underrecognized writers, scientists, musicians, critics, and more that will shape our world next year. They are "the Other 2020" to watch.
We have stories on how European microstates’ draconian abortion laws force women to travel, the hidden stress that comes from growing up a child of immigrants, examine the fantasy of authenticity through the rise of bespoke online porn, and more.
As much as we need to be informed, engaged, and aware, we also need to laugh. This year’s photo issue champions the people making art with a sense of humor. See it as your own personal reset button.
The upcoming book 'Warhol on Basquiat' offers a fascinating look at the lives of two modern art icons.
Matthew Finn's upcoming book, 'School of Art,' chronicles what all those clothes you're buying on Depop looked like 20 years ago.
A spiritual experience in Helsinki inspired the artist to take a year off from photography and rethink his method.
The Latest Issue of VICE Magazine Gets to the Bottom of Belief, Memory, and Our Understanding of Reality
We have stories on the Mandela Effect, the increasing belief in extraterrestrials, how social media shapes our memories, and more.
Editors from VICE Magazine explain why the October issue explores the theme of Power and Privilege.
Editors from VICE Magazine and Broadly explain why this year's annual photo issue—in collaboration with Broadly—explores the theme of Privacy and Perception.