First page loaded. Page 1 of 3 displayed.
Volume 16 Issue 11
A Postcard From Wales
The small South Wales city of Swansea is in the grip of a heroin epidemic. How do I know? Well, I’ve been living with a group of young Welsh heroin addicts, on and off, for the last three months.
Follow The Gps, Ése
Over the past two decades, Ricardo Dominguez has been utilizing electronics and the internet to piss off just about every high-level administrative authority in the US.
Vernon Chatman, from the doomed and beautiful comedic television program Wonder Showzen, has a new thing coming out on DVD this month, called Final Flesh.
A Whiskey Glass And A Woman’s Ass
Between 1975 and 1977 some serious boogie-woogieing was happening in the disreputable nightclubs and dive bars on the South Side of Chicago.
We saw photos of a bloodstained pillar overlooking Parliament House in Australia’s capital city and heard associated rumours of satanic rituals and animal sacrifices being performed by members of a large Wiccan population.
Pakistan’s Other Insurgents
Before we began the trip deep into the desert, Said and I were blindfolded for “security reasons.” For two hours we rode like this, our eyes covered, in a 4x4 with tinted windows.
The Warlord Of The Highway
Matiullah Khan is the head of the Highway Police, a government agency that was officially dissolved several years ago by Dutch forces in the Uruzgan province of southern Afghanistan.
Don’t Say Cheese
Thomas Ruff has his roots in the type of sterile, objective photography that loves water towers, silos, and other vertical piles of industrial cement that somehow became a big part of German photography’s legacy.