Scenes of Community and Struggle During Harvey
Houston-based photographer Daniel Kramer has been documenting the aftermath and plight of evacuees displaced by the storm.
The Chicano Artists Transcending the US-Mexico Border
With a foot in each world, the people of El Paso and Ciudad Juarez have developed a shared culture, which stretches beyond nationality and documentation.
The Beauty and Timelessness of Rural Colorado
When photographer Trent Davis Bailey came back to the North Fork Valley, he realized he had found his home.
I Saw the Future of Sex Dolls and Butt Plugs at Germany's Largest Sex Convention
With more than 20,000 visitors and 400 exhibitions, shops, and fetish performances, Berlin's VENUS International Erotic Trade Fair is one of the biggest events of its kind.
John Edmonds's Latest Photo Series Is a Gorgeous Exploration of Loss and Desire
John Edmond's 'Lovers & Friends' brings together the artist's photographs, writings, and musings about relationships, loss, and desire.
Vint Cerf: Modern Media Are Made for Forgetting
"The truly impressive knowledge we have collectively produced in the past 100 years or so may simply evaporate with time."
A Photographer Looks Back on the Horrors of the Bosnian War
We talked to legendary photojournalist Ron Haviv about his experience documenting the trauma and atrocities of the Bosnian War.
How a Pink and White Bus Is Protecting Sex Workers in Paris
Because of French laws criminalizing sex work, many prostitutes in Paris do their work hidden in the woods. L'Association Les Amis du Bus des Femmes brings the resources directly to them by way of their bus.
Step Inside the YouTube Cockpit Cam Library of Babel
Pilots are awesome. Flying is awesome.
The Man Who Envisioned the Internet Before Computers, Without Computers
Decades before even the first microchip, Paul Otlet called for screens at everyone's desk and the creation of a “réseau mondial,” a worldwide network, or web.