On Friday nights, people around the world leave their offices to fill their innards with cheese fries and shitty booze to put the pain of the workweek behind. This makes for some gross yet beautiful moments, so we've decided to send photographers to the planet's finest (or shittiest, depending on your point of view) cities and towns to capture Friday night as it unfolds. For this week's installment, Peter Lambert went to central Liverpool to watch drunk people sing karaoke and a couple of men beat the shit out of each other.
The whole thing existed purely to dodge travel restrictions. I went there to find it audience-free and eerie.Peter Bateman
Climate change is ruining Colombian coffee farmers, but the national organization they’re required to join and pay is raking in money by denying anything is wrong.Peter Yeung
The ‘super cyclone’ that had wind gusts faster than 185 km/h is the deadliest storm to hit the Bay of Bengal this century.Shamani Joshi
Belgian photographer Wouter Vanhees started photographing Hanoi’s streets in 2018. Then, the coronavirus pandemic happened.VICE Asia Staff
The third project in our lockdown photography series, by Elizabeth Renstrom.VICE Staff
Photographer Flora Maclean was stuck at home, not on a desert island – but that didn't stop her from making her own collection of Wilsons.VICE Staff