Volume 23 Issue 8
In this month's Artifact, VICE's Wilbert L. Cooper remembers defying the odds and winning a hog-calling contest at the Iowa State Fair.
Shona Sanzgiri explores Mexico's colonial history with female matador Karla Sanchez San Martin, known professionally as Karla de los Angeles.
Take a glimpse of Russian photographer Katya Rezvaya's new series about Dr. Andrei Gnezdilov, a therapist and author of scientific studies and books on the therapeutic values of fairy tales.
Uganda's open policy allows refugees to start a new life—and even a new business. But not all of them thrive.
The completion of the Ilisu Dam will result in the destruction of more than 248 miles of the Tigris's ecosystem, lead to the relocation of up to 70,000 people, and submerge numerous settlements.
Look at the work of Fletcher Hanks and appreciate the beauty created by a monster.
Vargas has traveled all over the US organizing for immigration reform, and his group, the Dream Action Coalition, has confronted politicians on both sides of the aisle.
Clancy Martin reflects on his seven times behind bars, from Dallas to Kansas City.
In this stunning series Michele Sibiloni leaves the club scene behind for the fields of Uganda.
Follow Hamilton Morris as he journeys through a Salvia divinorum ceremony in the forests of Oaxaca.