Genius

Work

Not Quite a Genius: My Year Working at Apple's Flagship Store

In his new book, Funny or Die senior writer Nate Dern remembers some of the more challenging customers he dealt with at his old job.
Nate Dern
8.9.17
The VICE Guide to Right Now

Man Attempts to Conceal 7ft Venetian Blind in His Clothes, Fails Impressively

A King Amongst Men.
Carlton Férment
10.19.16
Interviews

The Mexican NGO Getting Sharks and Fishermen to Work Together

Pelagic Life is working to reveal the harm shark fishing does to both the ecosystem and the fishing economy of San Carlos. They want to keep the sharks in the water – and bring the tourists in to see them.
José Luis Martínez Limón
5.23.16
Music

An Interview with Icy Spicy Leoncie, the World's Most Sexual Musician

The YouTube semi-star behind "GAY WORLD" and "No Threesome Here" tells us about her political aspirations and the racism she faces in Iceland, and explains how she comes up with her lyrics.
Joe Bish
5.6.16
Stuff

The Colombian Lawyer Who Became the Face of Colorado’s Weed Industry

Norton Arbeláez turned $800 into one of the state's largest medical marijuana companies.
Juan Camilo Maldonado Tovar
5.2.16
Music

Prince Was a Genius No Matter How You Define It

If Prince was a peerless icon who represented the pinnacle of achievement in contemporary pop music and there is no one else like him, what does his death mean for the future of musical geniuses?
Jason King
4.24.16
Interviews

The Doctor Fighting for the Global Legalisation of Abortion

As the founder of Women on Waves, Rebecca Gomperts has manned an abortion boat and flown abortion pills across borders via drone.
Noor Spanjer
3.30.16
Interviews

The Plastic Surgeon Treating Severe Burn Victims With Spray-On Skin

Fiona Wood is the inventor of ReCell – a revolutionary treatment that lets skin grow on the patient instead of in a culture flask.
Matilda Whitworth
3.14.16
Interviews

The Danish-Pakistani Politician Trying to Make Denmark Less Afraid of Immigrants

The founder of Denmark's National Party wants to build a country of inclusion and open-mindedness.
Andreas Thorsen
3.10.16
the vice reader

Read an Excerpt from Ethan Canin's New Novel 'A Doubter's Almanac'

The acclaimed author's new novel is about a mathematical genius and the ways his intelligence becomes a liability, scorching him and those he's close to.
Ethan Canin
2.21.16
The Crown and Spectre Issue

Revolutions in Thinking

Talking anarchy, genius and God with Italy's best-selling theoretical physicist.
Yohann Koshy
11.24.15
Art

Explore Artist Simon Denny's Absurdist Vision of Silicon Valley

Simon Denny's installations at MoMA PS1 create an unflinchingly faithful and thus deeply confounding portrayal of the tech industry.
Arthur Holland Michel at VICE
4.15.15
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