Mclean Stephenson Embraces Moon Technology
With his first book out this month, the photographer talked to VICE about why shooting nudes and landscapes are kind of the same thing.
Blondie’s Chris Stein on Working with H. R. Giger
We met Blondie's Chris Stein to talk about the art and films of 'Alien' designer H. R. Giger.
Twitter Might Know When You’re Likely to Die, but Don't Expect It to Help You
Heart disease is the newest ailment your phone can theoretically warn you about. But all these future tech promises may not be as life-changing as we think.
Sarah Schoenfeld Makes Art by Dropping Drugs onto Film Negatives
What you're looking at is a sample of speed that was mixed with water and dropped onto an exposed film negative. Weirdly, it looks like speed feels.
Michael Jang's College Series Is the Unofficial Yearbook for His Graduating Class
Over the time that's elapsed since he took his first photography class, Michael Jang has kept himself more than busy. Now, 40 years later, his earliest photographic work—photos from his time at Cal Arts—is finally seeing the light of day.
Architectural Renderings Become Fluorescent Drawings, With The Help Of A Magic Marker
Legendary buildings get the line-drawing treatment in "Gran Fachada," the image series from Marlon de Azambuja.
The 4 Best Ways To Create Stunning Art By Destroying Film Negatives
Fire, gasoline, high voltages, and even the human body can add an extra zing to your photographs.