Pablo Escobar recruited El Chino to become his personal picture taker, documenting his political campaigns, private parties, and the various goings-on at Escobar’s outlandish 4,500-acre estate.
Photos by Harley Weir Styling by Aldene Johnson
According to Terre des Hommes, a group of gigantic-hearted folks that acts on behalf of mistreated kids, each year nearly 500 of these young people escape and seek refuge in Germany.
According to Martin, who is based out of the Australian Museum in Sydney, cameras aren’t able to capture the anatomical detail he finds in his microscope.
Our photographer friend Stacey Mark’s dad is really famous in Philadelphia. We know, to some of you that’s like saying he’s sexy to blind chicks. But Sid Mark is more than just a Philly radio icon.
After Joseph Stalin and the Red Army drove the Nazis out of Eastern Europe, the continent was left with ill-defined borders and new ideas about who was running shit.
Is there an anti-weed, an anti-heroin, or an anti-beer? Pharmacologically speaking, the answer is yes.
In 1989, Gavin Watson went from being a documenter of skinhead culture to being one of the only people who managed to operate a camera through the ecstasy haze that enveloped England that year.
Sometimes a quirky name, a funny sign, and cute subject matter makes a place so curious that it’s almost impossible to drive by. Welcome to Opossum World. Population: about a thousand dead possums.
Before I could explain that we’re here gathering research for an upcoming book on youth movements, the taxi driver caught my eye in the rearview mirror, smiled, and shook his head.
Johnny Ryan is that guy whose drawings are festooned all over Vice. In addition to being Vice’s drawing mongrel, he’s also a free man with his own hobbies and projects.
Some people look at watermelons and see art. They gaze at the fruit, judge its shape and ripeness, and think, “I shall carve into this melon, and by doing so, I shall release its soul."