The Photo Issue 2019
Jaimie Warren has mastered the art of taking ridiculous self-portraits with costumes she makes herself. For this year’s photo issue she shares a new series with us.
The celebrated photographer shares amusing work from his archives.
Michael Northrup has been documenting his life—and that of his friends and family—through funny snapshots for nearly four decades. For this year’s photo issue he shared some images from his extensive archive.
Taking popular aromas like 'Country Apple' and 'Sea Breeze,' Jessica Pettway reimagines what they would look like if interpreted literally (and with a sprinkle of irony).
For our annual photo issue, Matt Grubb shares transformative self-portraits that exist beyond the gender binary.
Lauren Servideo, a comedic Instagram icon, makes relatable, lovable, and cringeworthy character-driven videos for Instagram. We caught up with her about her characters, her daily routine, and more.
Bringing the bizarre to an intimate (and slightly gross) level, Izumi Miyazaki reimagines chin extractions in the form of flying caviar and oozing ketchup and mustard.
For our annual photo issue, Cindy Sherman, the shape-shifting artist, shares two images from her archives.
Toronto-based photographer Kyle Berger has a talent for perfectly creating little moments of hilarity in his life.
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.
For this year’s photo issue we’re thrilled to include images from the new book April Dawn Alison. The impressive self-portrait series begins in the 70s and spans 30 years.
Jerry Hsu’s upcoming photobook, 'The Beautiful Flower Is the World,' features hilarious images shot on BlackBerry smartphones.