"You have to be able to laugh, or else you will drive yourself crazy. People want to laugh and they want to jerk off, and that's why I'm here."
What happens when talent agencies, traditionally looking after Hollywood's elite, bleed into the world of artists and gallerists.
Why would anyone want to drive a decommissioned tank around the countryside of what used to be East Germany? Why not?
To get some insight into the world of deceit, we talked to people who have to lie like it's their job.
Last year, I went to Poland to film a documentary about an experimental music festival. I'd recently gone through a breakup, and as a result, I found myself photographing sad-lad scenes.
Urban legend has it that foods like pineapple make your cum or vagina taste good, while stuff like stinky cheese makes your junk taste rank. To find out if there's any validity to this, we had a male-male and female-female couple try a sex experiment.
"I was on top on January 19, 1990. It could've been the reverse cowgirl, but I'm not sure. Need more info?"
In US states where weed is popular and partially decriminalised, its illegal status means profit margins are high – good news for dealers.
The reasons range from paedophilia and white privilege to Evangelicalism and pathological lying. Here we go.
'Breaking Bad' is probably the best known pop-culture example of a drug merchant's life getting turned inside-out, but it happens to ordinary people the world over. We interviewed several about how dealing complicated their lives and relationships.
Goldie, arguably the most famous drum 'n bass and jungle producer ever to do it, just launched a graffiti app called ARTA. He wants it to honour the tradition and history of tagging, while modernising its culture.
The Swiss-born body modification pro Yann Brenyak has developed an innovative style of tattoo that he describes as "graphic skin removal."