Existentialism

The VICE Guide to Right Now

Conan O'Brien Wants You to Know That Nothing Matters and You're Going to Die

"Eventually, all our graves go unattended."
River Donaghey
1.16.19
How to Exist OK

We Asked a Minister How to Deal with the Pointlessness of Life

"People have been yelling at God for a long time. There's some solace to be had in that."
Gideon Jacobs
8.15.18
VICE Sports

Ponder the Depths of the Universe with Japan's Frog Mascot at the World Cup

Japan's poet frog mascot is documenting his time in Russia supporting his country at the World Cup. It is out there.
Liam Daniel Pierce
6.19.18
Internet Exploring

A Play-By-Play of Harry Styles Stumbling on a Kiwi During His Song "Kiwi"

If it had been in New Zealand, then the trinity would have been complete.
Phil Witmer
11.1.17
outer limits

The Video Game Based on Thoreau's 'Walden' Will Bring You Closer to Nature

It expands upon the original written work and, more specifically so, the location in which it was conceived.
Michael Piel
10.25.17
Investigating Things

I Travelled to Drake the Village to Learn About Drake the Man

Being inside Drake is fascinating.
Devin Pacholik
10.24.17
Deep Ass Questions

Ponder This Video of Bon Iver Playing a Song for a Single Person

Who is this more awkward for?
Phil Witmer
10.17.17
Creators

Visually-Striking Collages of Man Gazing into the Abyss

Existentialists will love the work of Alexandre Coll.
Francesca Capossela
8.2.17
robots

Watch a Robotic Arm Keep a Toy Train on an Infinite Loop

Ever feel like your life is going in circles?
Beckett Mufson
4.24.17
painting

Surreal Feminist Paintings Ponder the Meaning of Life

Alexandra Levasseur paints fantastical portraits of women that balance naturalism and existentialism.
Cailey Rizzo
4.16.17
running

99-Year-Old Sprinter Will Not Go Gently Into The Good Night

A USA Track and Field Masters' race pitted a 99-year-old against a 92-year-old because that's the whole point of life.
Patrick Hruby
3.3.17
Animation

Here's Your Daily Video Reminder That We're Tiny and Insignificant

A new animated video shows that it would take 7.5 million people laid head-to-toe to wrap around planet Earth—and that's just a drop in the bucket.
Beckett Mufson
2.21.17
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