The Bizarre Disappearance of Two Men, and the Hysteria That Followed
We had a chat with Jack Latham about his new book on the infamous "Gudmundor and Geirfinnur" case of 1974.
Uncovering the Secret Locations Where the US Government Illegally Interrogates Its Captives
A conversation with the authors behind a new book about the covert "extraordinary rendition" system operated by the United States in the years after the September 11 attacks.
Peter Marlow's Incredible Photos of Eerie Crises
Peter Marlow's career has covered everything from news photography and war reporting to street photography and a much-lauded collection of portraits. I spoke to him about spotting the moments and curiosity in all types of photography.
Moises Saman's Stunning Photos of Humanity in Conflict Zones
Peruvian photographer Moises Saman's work about the Egyptian revolution willfully avoids a chronological, ordered, historical view of the uprising, instead focusing on the humanity and emotions of the participants.
The Amazing Lost Legacy of the British Black Panthers
Neil Kenlock's photos give the Brixton-based group the profile they deserve.
Dominic Nahr's Eerie Photos from Conflict Zones and Disaster Areas
For this round of VICE Loves Magnum we spoke to Dominic Nahr, who is still running the gauntlet of selection before becoming a full Magnum member. We discussed Africa's endless potential for stories, the eeriness of post-tsunami Japan, and how a...
Bruce Gilden Takes Street Photos Like You've Never Seen Before
Bruce Gilden is most famous for his New York street photography. These days, that term might conjure up the idea of plonkers with DSLRs taking photos of Supreme-clad youths posing on street corners. But Gilden's signature style of in-your-face street...
I Finally Understand Ascot
Hats look great on me, what can I say.
Steve McCurry Photographs the Human Condition
Steve McCurry's photo, 'Afghan Girl,' appeared on the cover of 'National Geographic' in 1985 during the Soviet occupation of Afghanistan and quickly became one of the most famous photos in the world. He has documented the human impact of wars across...
The Way Christopher Anderson Sees the World Is Amazing
Some of the most-talented and celebrated documentary photographers in the world are members of the Magnum photo agency. As part of an ongoing partnership with Magnum, we'll be featuring some of their photographers over the coming weeks. First up is...
A Court Case Made My Career As a Cartoonist
Mike Diana was the first comic book artist to be jailed for his work.
Hell On Earth
Situated at the southernmost tip of the Middle East, just across the Gulf of Aden from Somalia, Yemen is the region's poorest country, and one of the more heavily armed Arab nations.