It's Art for Art's Sake on Waypoint Radio This Week
Toward a culture of creative independence, not indie culture.
America Is a Spiraling Corporate Contract Dystopia
To live, you have to let corporations walk all over you.
The Gouda Stuff
I Am a Pioneer in the Glorious Future of Online Cheese Shopping
It’s an ambient real-time experience not unlike some of the best live streams.
The VICE Guide to Right Now
Looks Like LA Will Host the Olympics in 2028
If the city still exists.
How one man used Instagram to ditch real estate and build two menswear brands
Davidson Petit-Frère founded a luxury menswear brand at 23, and a luxury footwear brand at 26, without any formal training in fashion.
Your ‘Minimalist’ Lifestyle Is Quasi-Religious Anti-Poor Bullshit
A PSA for anyone who has ever scoffed at Black Friday shoppers.
Learn Billions of Years of History in This Hilarious 20-Minute Video
Let's take a trip back to when the planet was just a cloud of space-gas.
See the Amazonian Way of Life Before It's Gone
Misha Vallejo's intimate photo essay captures everyday people before the new Manta-Manaus Corridor transforms South America.
Move Over, Ebay, #exstrange Is Bringing Online Art Auctions Back to the People
Marialaura Ghidini and Rebekah Modrak want to use consumption to create an online art community.
Amazon’s New Grocery Store Is Perfect for People Who Hate People
For those who swear by self-checkout lines as a means of keeping human interaction at a minimum, one retail giant has just made your most misanthropic dream come true.
David Bowie’s Eclectic Art Collection Goes to Auction
Bowie’s art collection not only reflects his role as a musician, but as an Anglophile who never lost sense of his Britishness.
Tanja M. Laden
Designers Are Trying to Make Fashion Week Great Again
Industry insiders all agree that the way designers present collections is outdated and ineffective, as is the breakneck pace of the fashion cycle. This New York Fashion Week, however, some designers challenged the status quo.