Behind the Cover
Photographer Julian Master tells VICE what it was like spending three days in a head-to-toe bear costume to snap the perfect cover shot.
Photographer Reto Sterchi tells VICE about the inspiration behind his shoot with Richard Browning, an inventor making personal aviation possible.
A subtle nod to our theme, the issue's image creates an illusion that you're looking at an actual mountain. Photographer Emile Askey explains its backstory.
Our magic mushroom cover star was inspired by LSD tab art and printed on custom blotter paper. Here's how it came together.
Here's how the constant documentation of a young person’s life and the tediousness of filling out tests informed this issue's cover design.
Tamara Abdul Hadi explains her trip to the Iraqi marshlands and how she captured the photo of this reed house.
This year's cover pays homage to classic paperback fiction genres, from romance and sci-fi to horror and political thriller.
This guy voted for Clinton.
It started from the idea of visually capturing how millennials are reacting to today's political, environmental, and cultural issues.
"I grew up with this mirror, and there was always a mystique about it."
We tried about nine different options, but unanimously agreed the frog was our favorite.