Question Of The Day
We Asked Indian Tattoo Artists About the Weirdest Requests They’ve Ever Received
“Once, a Swedish guy wanted to get 'aatma' (soul) inked near his crotch so girls who sleep with him would think he’s deep.”
2 days ago
These Hong Kong Youth Aren't Afraid To Show Off Their Ink
i-D talks to five artists that are trying to break the stigma around tattoo culture.
3 days ago
Meet The Cam Girl who Makes Elaborate Cakes and Sits On Them
"Wet T-shirt contests, Nickelodeon's 'Slime Time,' a pie to the face, and a dunk tank at a fair. This is the lineage of cake sitting."
You Can Now Explore Kim Kardashian's Butt in Actual Size
You know, if you want.
These Glorious Photos Show Off the Subversive World Where Drag Meets Wrestling
"With Choke Hole we want to take wrestling and amplify [its] queer subtext explicitly. We want to show that queer people can be strong."
Inside the World of Indian Truck Art
VICE catches up with some Indian truck drivers to understand why they get their trucks painted in a kaleidoscope of colours, art, slogans and symbols, and how it helps them find a little piece of ‘home’, when on the road.
Why This Baker Turned Chernobyl and the Oklahoma City Bombing Into Cakes
Brooklyn-based Paige Heimark is a 'disaster artist' who uses cake to underscore how we consume trauma.
Art Collective Papi Juice Reminds Us That Nightlife Can Be a Revolution
"Our collective's work is more intentional than just a party. Our mission is to affirm and celebrate the lives of queer and trans people of color who exist all 24 hours of the day."
Three Artists Tell Us What It’s Like To Be Queer, Muslim and Pakistani
Aziz Sohail, Abdullah Qureshi and Zulfikar Ali Bhutto Jr are working together to give more visibility to the voices from the LGBTQ community of their country.
Intimate Photos from the Largest Outdoor Leather and Kink Festival on the American East Coast
Photographer Matt Van Anderson has been documenting Folsom Street East—and his changing relationship to kink—for the last 3 years.
Matt Van Anderson
Photos of LGBTQ People's 'Chosen Families'
Throughout history, LGBTQ people have found sanctuary from discrimination in chosen families – kinship groups and communities bound by shared identity, not blood.
Who Profits When Pain Becomes Art?
A survivor writes about seeing her story reproduced without her consent in Andrea Bowers' #MeToo installation.