We Spoke to a Monsanto Exec About Solving the World's Food Crisis
Best known for its genetically modified seeds, Monsanto is increasingly styling itself as an information technology company. And it may well hold the future of a hungry humanity in its hands.
The Good/Bad Art Collective Airs a Snuff Infomercial on Broadcast TV
In the fall of 2013, Texas's Good/Bad Art Collective created a one-night event called CURTAINS in a make-shift television studio. This later culminated in a 28-minute infomercial, FOREVER, which sells the secret to immortality but ends...
In 1979, the Flying Lizards Recorded a Top Ten Hit for $30
David Cunningham is known to many as the creator of the Flying Lizards, a band whose bizarre and wonderful cover of "Money (That's What I Want)" became a weirdly gigantic hit in 1979. Today, Cunningham continues his work as a musician, artist, and...
The Many Faces of Foetus
J.G. Thirlwell, the man with a million names. Mostly Foetus.
The Barking Dog Issue
That’s Not Funny, Or Is It?
In 1990, AIDS was still a misunderstood, scary scourge of gay communities everywhere, and contracting HIV was more or less a death sentence. It was also the year that Diseased Pariah News debuted. DPN was the first publication by and for...
VICE Guide to the Apocalypse
Wastelands on celluloid.
The History Issue
Yesterday's Tomorrow Is Today's Colossal Disappointment
For 100 years, movies have tried to show us what the future might hold. Now, in 2008 (which is officially "the future"), we can look back and say: They were almost entirely wrong. Nevertheless, here are their best efforts.